I’ve been reading a program to teach teen-agers life skills, including getting a credit card. Well, pardon me, but no one really needs a credit card. I’ve never had one, I’ve no desire for one, and we were all getting along fine without them before they were invented.
As to credit, this country would be in much better shape if everyone would buy only what they could afford, and paid cash for it. But you say, if everyone did that, it would put the finance companies out of business. Yes, how about that. William C. Sullivan Shirley