RELIEF: Circles under Circles

For more than two months Congress tried in vain to find out who was going to distribute the $4,000,000,000 that Franklin Roosevelt wanted for work relief. Finally Congress gave up and handed the President his money with the stipulation that he personally was to be responsible for spending. Last week Franklin Roosevelt finally revealed his spending machinery. So elaborate was it that he did not try to explain it to the Press at one sitting: He gave them four lectures on the different parts of the machine's anatomy. At conclusion of the...

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