Capitalism got bad reputation especially after the crash of '29 and the depression. They then have conference where they decide to have major propaganda campaign to equate capitalism and Christianity
How Corporate America Invented Christian America; How one reverend's big business-backed crusade altered the political landscape.http://www.alternet.org/belief/how-corporate-america-invented-christian-america
In December 1940, as America was emerging from the Great Depression, more than 5,000 industrialists from across the nation made their yearly pilgrimage to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City, convening for the annual meeting of the National Association of Manufacturers.
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of this book
One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian Americahttp://www.amazon.com/One-Nation-Under-God-Corporate-ebook/dp/B00PWX7R56/
from one of the amazon book reviews: His chapters lay the necessary groundwork nicely for the two most revealing chapters, "Our So-Called Religious Leaders", which largely deal with efforts to pass a constitutional amendment requiring school prayer, and "Which Side Are You On?", an intense look at how shamelessly Richard Nixon and his administration publicly made God "their own".
more recently there are also the periodic accounts of Nixon covert dealings with the NV to boycott the peace talks and prolong the war (treason)
note earlier in the same year, June1940, Germany hosts a victory celebration also at the Waldorf-Astoria with major industrialists who were there to learn how to do business with Nazis, "Intrepid" loc1901-4: One prominent figure at the German victory celebration was Torkild Rieber, of Texaco, whose tankers eluded the British blockade. The company had already been warned, at Roosevelt's instigation, about violations of the Neutrality Law. But Rieber had set up an elaborate scheme for shipping oil and petroleum products through neutral ports in South America. With the Germans now preparing to turn the English Channel into what Churchill thought would become "river of blood," other industrialists were eager to learn from Texaco how to do more business with Hitler.