THE PRESIDENCY: Roosevelt Week: Dec. 20, 1937

"The revival will not take place," wrote Columnist Walter Lippmann last week in the New York Herald Tribune, "just because Mr. Krock of the New York Times is able to imply that Mr. Joseph Kennedy and Mr. Jesse Jones are seeing the President rather more often these days than Messrs. Corcoran and Cohen.'' What Mr. Lippmann apparently wanted the President to do and what the National Association of Manufacturers (see p. 11) certainly wanted him to do was to make unmistakably clear the New Deal's willingness, now and henceforth to cooperate with...

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