THE CABINET: Through a Glass, Clearly

Carter Glass, diminutive but lively, freckled but silver-tongued Senator from Virginia, to whose credit many put the elaborate Federal Reserve Bank system, was in a receptive mood last week. He smiled upon newsgatherers who had assembled in his office. He had something he wanted to say.

After saying it, Carter Glass wrote it out and it was widely published. Carter Glass wrote:

"There has been recently a lot of talk by public men and the press over the alarming concentration of power in the Federal Government at Washington....

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