FARMERS: An Issue Born

With the reopening of Congress, political observers began to look one at another, questioning eye to questioning eye, and ask, "Hasn't the question of the dominant political issue during the coming year been settled during the holidays?"

They wanted to answer "Yes," but their respect for their reputations kept them from committing themselves. What they were strongly inclined to believe was that the problem of surplus agricultural products and consequent low returns to farmers had become predominant. Already that issue has involved the dormant tariff issue.

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