THE PRESIDENCY: The White Plouse Week: Nov. 1, 1926

The White House Week

¶ President Coolidge held a long conference with Charles M. Schwab, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Bethlehem Steel Corp., which is complaining of the invasion by German steel of U. S. markets. Mr. Schwab said that the mills are running at more than 80% capacity, that the national steel production this year would go beyond 50,000,000 tons; but he declined to reveal any conversation on the subject of German steel. Next day, the Official Spokesman informed the press that the career of Mr. Schwab epitomized...

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