Business: Credit by Government

Whenever the question of parentage of that good Democratic institution the Federal Reserve Act is raised within hearing of Carter Glass, fireworks are sure to sputter. The choleric Senator from Virginia is the Federal Reserve's traditionally jealous father. But Oklahoma's aging Robert Latham Owen never lets him forget that he sat in the U. S. Senate in the days of the New Freedom* and owns one of the four gold pens with which President Wilson made the Act the law of the land. To that, the Senator snorts that every fundamental Owen...

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