For three months the biggest date on President Roosevelt's calendar has been Nov. 6. This week that day came and went and for the 74th time in its history the U. S. electorate chose another Congress (see p. 14). Automatically the next big day on the White House calendar became Jan. 3, when the new Congress sits for the first time.

Last week, even before the election was held, President Roosevelt was busy with the legislative program he will send to the Capitol next winter. To his office for...

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