Business: Hymns in Washington

Last week, for the fourth year in succession, Franklin Roosevelt neglected to send the U. S. Chamber of Commerce a message of welcome. In fact, just as the 1,700 Big Businessmen who had swarmed to Washington for the 26th annual convention of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce settled down for their first assembly in the slick, neoclassic C. of C. building across Lafayette Square from the White House, Franklin Roosevelt went fishing (see p. 13). Obvious reason for the President's snub is that ever since 1933 C. of C. meetings have been...

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