POLITICAL NOTE: Berry's Biggest

Of all the jobholders who rode into the national limelight on the coattails of the New Deal, few have shone more wonderfully than baldish, hairy-handed, big-talking Major George L. Berry. Since 1933 he has been a member o. the NRA's Labor Advisory Board of Cotton Textile and the NRA's Mediation Board for Steel & Coal, divisional NRA administrator, custodian of the NRA's bones after its demise, Co- ordinator for Industrial Cooperation, chairman of John L. Lewis' pro-Roosevelt Labor's Non-Partisan League, and finally junior U. S. Senator from Tennessee. Last week New Dealer...

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