THE PRESIDENCY: The Roosevelt Week: Oct. 16, 1933

Last week President Roosevelt found himself neck-deep in labor troubles, which engrossed him to the exclusion of most other troubles (see p. 12). Returning from addressing the American Legion at Chicago, he stopped off in Manhattan to open the charity drive season with an address before the Conference of Catholic Charities (see p. 13). At his town house he received General Hugh Samuel Johnson, just out of the hospital where he had been nursing a painful boil. For him President Roosevelt signed 17 NRA codes, most important of which were those for...

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