President Harding completed his month's vacation in the South and returned to Washington to find his blotter covered with a mass of executive work. Nothing except matters of extremely pressing nature was brought to his attention during his vacation. A month's accumulation of business awaited him, and, on April 10, the first Cabinet meeting since March 3.

Besides the routine of office, his calendar calls for consideration of a number of important matters. He must appoint a " dirt farmer " member to the Federal Reserve Board because of the death of Milo...

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