FARMERS: Processors' Revolt

When President Roosevelt impulsively followed up the Supreme Court's Schechter case decision by hinting that AAA might go the way of NRA, alert processing taxpayers began a scramble to the courts. By this week that scramble had become a stampede. Headed by Minneapolis' General Mills, Inc., world's biggest grain millers, and Manchester, N.H.'s Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., world's biggest cotton cloth manufacturers, no less than 117 potent processors had filed suits for recovery of taxes paid or for injunctions against collection of taxes due. With some...

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