National Affairs: Wallace's Report

Henry Cantwell Wallace, gone now some two months, is not forgotten. Last week, his successor, Secretary Howard M. Gore, Governor-elect of West Virginia, transmitted to the President the report of the Department of Agriculture for 1923-24. He said in doing so that, although Mr. Wallace had never seen the final draft, he had superintended the gathering of the material and it was believed to represent his opinions.

The report told of the great, although somewhat uneven, recovery which agriculture had made: wheat, the great gainer; corn, hogs, cotton, livestock, holding their own; dairy...

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