National Affairs: Appointments

At intervals during the bank crisis. President Roosevelt found time to work on his list of appointments to the sub-Cabinet, foreign service, boards & bureaus. At the week's end his list of nominations and near-nominations contained the following:

William Phillips of Boston, Harvard Overseer and career diplomat, to be Under Secretary of State. (Confirmed by the Senate.)

Wilbur John Carr and Professor Raymond Moley (still commuting to his classes at Columbia last week) to be Assistant Secretaries of State. (Confirmed.)

Another Columbia pedagog, Rexford Guy Tugwell, to be Assistant Secretary of Agriculture.


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