Since Jan. 3 the 74th Congress has run a long lazy race for Jockey Franklin Roosevelt. Partly the fault was his, for not letting Congress know exactly what he wanted, for sending up sloppily drafted measures such as the Social Security Bill which had to be entirely rewritten in the House, for not making up his mind until June that he wanted the Wagner Labor Disputes Bill, the Guffey Coal Bill passed as part of his program. Last week Congress was growing tired, yearning for the finish line, when the President, at...

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