THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Jul. 25, 1927

¶ President Coolidge listened attentively to cattlemen who called to urge the extension of co-operative marketing to the cattle industry. Paul E. Martin, president of the Western Stock Marketing Association said that the co-operative plan was "not a radical proposition," as it did not involve federal control of prices. He said that President Coolidge, while not committing himself to Government cattle-aid, appeared "sympathetic." ¶The President informed newspaper correspondents that he saw no need for a special flood session of Congress. The President has issued this information at frequent periods during...

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