RECOVERY: Seventh Wonder

When General Johnson went to the Midwest last month to stump for the NRA, he was invading a land embittered by falling agricultural prices, pocked by rural unrest. Last week the NRAdministrator made his first swing South. Ten cent cotton had disposed its people favorably toward the President's recovery program. At Atlanta, where he was cheered by 3,500 Georgians, the General was in top forensic form.

"The experiment," said he, standing under a huge Blue Eagle, "is scarcely begun and yet in the few months of its execution it has produced 25% of...

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