POLITICAL NOTES: From Anne Arundel Town

The Chamber of Commerce of the U. S. assembled last week at Washington (see p. 25) for its 14th annual meeting. The meeting endured four days. More than 30 speakers were on the program, but of the 30 odd, there were only three politicians whom the business men chose to address them. One of them was Herbert Hoover, who is, not excepting the more generally recognized Secretary of the Treasury, the chief economic policymaker of the Administration—the former mining engineer, brilliant in his business, but with no...

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