Waiting for History.
President Roosevelt sat at his desk in the White House all one day last week happy in the thought that before another dawn he would get rid of Congress for six months. Towards evening he paused to dictate the customary letter of farewell and appreciation from the President to his co-workers at the Capitol:
"My Dear Mr. Speaker
". . . This Congress will go down into history as one of large accomplishment for the national good. . . ."
But the President was disappointed. The 73rd Congress was not destined...