THE CABINET: Exeunt, Dead March

Six months ago Franklin Roosevelt discovered that Rexford Guy Tugwell had a negative propaganda value. Thereupon Dr. Tugwell's pleasant face was given a veil of political invisibility. Hence few people were last week aware that he was in Florida on vacation, recuperating from an attack of influenza. But Secretary Wallace knew. So did AAAdministrator Chester C. Davis. And many another was to become acutely conscious of the fact.

Although Tugwell's tongue won the Brain Trust fame with the public, another, even more voluble tongue, won the Brain Trust fame in many a...

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