National Affairs: Secretary No. 11?

The President's Cabinet of ten members theoretically reflects all the major activities of national life—Finance, Commerce, Law, Husbandry, Labor, National Defense, etc. etc. To make the Cabinet more representative, a Secretary of Education, a Secretary of Health, a Secretary of Air, a Secretary of Communications have been proposed in Congress and out. And since 1920, railroad men have been urging a Secretary of Transportation.*

Last week a Secretary of Transportation was urged again, by Harvard's famed economist and rail expert, William Zebina Ripley. In the course...

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