National Affairs: Another Fishing Trip

One of Vice President Garner's last acts before going off fishing last week was to name a crew of Senators to conduct, with colleagues from the House, the great fishing expedition called for by President Roosevelt in his message about millionaire tax-evaders (TIME, June 14). That this expedition, beginning this week, would not greatly enliven Washington's hottest weeks and not give the newspapers something very much better to talk about than strikes and the President's defeat on the Court Plan, observers suspected when Mr. Garner put Mississippi's urbane Pat Harrison at the head...

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