THE CONGRESS: Above the Cataract

Five weeks after embarking on its first annual session, the 74th Congress of the U. S. last week was still drifting along on the current of routine appropriation bills. Only one little rapid had been negotiated: the rejection of the World Court Protocol. Only one prominent landmark had been passed: the renewal of the RFC for two years. But the session floated in a placid pool on the brink of the legislative cataract into which it will plunge when it starts in earnest on the President's program.

The ultimate reaches of that program...

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