THE PRESIDENCY: Clean-up & Away

One, two and sometimes three ceremonies a day took place last week in the White House office. While proud Congressional parents stood at his elbow, the President baptized bill after bill with "Franklin D. Roosevelt." Not one important bill left by Congress did he veto. Proudest signing of the week was that of the Guffey Coal Bill attended by a host of Congressional godfathers, watched over by John L. Lewis and other officers of the United Mine Workers and followed at once by 1) steps to call off the coal strike scheduled for...

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