National Affairs: Labor of Love

Gone but not forgotten nor forgettable is the 68th Congress of the U. S. It will reassemble in December, but even during its recess its multiple labors go on. One of these labors is investigation.

There was a special Committee of the Senate to investigate the Internal Revenue Bureau. This committee functioned last Spring. It employed a special investigator, the San Francisco lawyer Francis J. Heney, whose salary was paid by Senator Couzens of Michigan. This act brought down upon the

Senate the wrath of the President, who pointed out that it was against...

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