Business: Hindsight

In Washington last week South Carolina's James F. Byrnes smilingly exhibited a letter addressed "Senator Byrnes, Expert on the Business Depression." Certainly

Jimmy Byrnes has every opportunity to become such an expert, for the second week's parade of potent businessmen marching up to testify before his unemployment investigations was fully as impressive as the other parade of businessmen who marched through the White House doors (see p. 7). Last week's bigwig witnesses and their opinions:

Wallace. To refute the popular impression that farmers were better off than industry in 1937, Secretary of Agriculture Henry...

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