THE CONGRESS: Flashlit Faces

To the most mercilessly public spot a U. S. citizen can go, before Senate Committee for public inspection, last week went the three highest appointees of Franklin Roosevelt's Fourth New Deal. Before blinking flashlights, surrounded by a battery of anti-New Deal Senators, the new Supreme Court Justice, new Attorney General, new Secretary of Commerce—three men of the boldest New Deal stripe —made their bows to the nation. Their confirmation was a foregone conclusion, but they and their opponents knew that the impression that they gave might well affect the future course of...

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