FARMERS: Fee, Fie, Foe, Farmers

"I am therefore obliged," wrote President Coolidge last week, reverting, after some 5,500 more emphatic words, to the formal executive monotone, "to return Senate Bill 3555 . . . without my ap-proval."

Another name for Senate Bill 3555 was the Surplus Control Act and another, as everyone knows, was the McNary-Haugen Bill, and another, according to some advisers of the U. S. Farmer, was "Salvation." The name finally applied to it by President Coolidge, as to its predecessor of last year, was, in effect, "Monkey Busi-ness."

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