FARMERS: A Proposal

Out of the West, bankers, farmers and men of politics went to the White House to present to President Coolidge their plan for alleviating distressed farmers. The callers were from the Ninth Federal Reserve District (Montana, North Dakota, Soutli Dakota, Minnesota, northern Wisconsin and the northern peninsula of Michigan). In their numbers were: Senator Norbeck, Representative Royal C. Johnson and ex-Governor Herried, of South Dakota; Senator Frazier and Representative Young, of North Dakota; N.J. Holmberg, Secretary of Agriculture of Minnesota.

The President, attended by Secretaries...

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