THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Jan. 16, 1933

The Senate:

¶Debated a bill by Virginia's Glass to reform the U. S. banking system, heard Louisiana's loud young Long tell its aged sponsor: "I happen to know a great deal more about branch banking than you have had a chance to know." ¶Adopted a resolution by Tennessee's McKellar calling upon the Civil Service Commission to report all Federal jobs outside Civil Service and open to "deserving" Democrats after March 4. ¶Debated War Debts and the French default.

¶Received from the Judiciary Committee a Repeal resolution wherein Congress retained power to...

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