Business & Finance: Chamber Rebellion

Thrice has U. S. Business assembled in Congress to deliberate upon the New Deal. Two years ago the delegates to the annual convention of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce converged on Washington with quaking hearts and fearful step, plumped for President Roosevelt's proposed partnership of Government & Business and departed with only the vaguest notion of the New Deal's implications. Last year, somewhat wiser and more cheerful, the convening Chambermen undertook to criticize the New Deal—only to have the President tell them sharply to stop crying ''Wolf!" By last week business profits...

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