Business: Brokers' Profits

There was little of importance left for Representatives to say last week when the Stock Exchange Control Bill came up for passage in the House. Few members understood the measure's technicalities and fewer still cared to. Republicans made more of its past than its future. Illinois' Britten charged that it was written by "the scarlet fever boys in the little red house in Georgetown"—a dig at Thomas Corcoran and Benjamin Victor Cohen, New Deal legalites who keep bachelor hall at $50 each per month in an old brick house in Washington's suburb. The...

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