THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Sep. 2, 1935

Planting himself before a radio microphone last week. Senator Joseph T. Robinson looked back upon the session of the 74th Congress which began eight months ago, was all but overcome with pride at its record. Boomed the Senate Majority Leader: ". . . The session just closing has performed an enormous amount of necessary work. ... It may give you an idea of how Congress kept busy . . . when I tell you that there were presented in the House of Representatives 10,000 bills and resolutions and in the Senate nearly 4,000."...

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