THE PRESIDENCY: Full Sub-Cabinet

Last week President Hoover mustered his sub-Cabinet of 30 members up to full strength by appointing a new Assistant Secretary of State, a new Assistant Secretary of the Treasury.* To James Grafton Rogers of Denver, Col., went the job of diplomacy. To Arthur Atwood Ballantine of New York City went the job of finance. Like all assistants to full-fledged Secretaries they were primed to work hard and get small public credit for their labors.

Both new Assistant Secretaries are 48. Both are corporation lawyers. Both are wealthy. Both...

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