THE CABINET: Not So Grave

Secretary of Labor James John Davis began a fresh week's work by journeying up to the Senate with something it had been expecting from him. Handing some papers to Vice President Dawes, he explained that they contained a report on unemployment in the U. S. as requested lately in the maiden speech of Senator Wagner of New York (TIME March 12). With the air of a man patting a pretty good bond on the back Secretary Davis said that while unemployment is "serious" it is "not so extensive or so grave as the...