STATE OF BUSINESS: 300 Congressmen

Franklin Roosevelt's business appeasement policy is only nine months old but already it is a retarded infant. It was allegedly born in a confidential memo of Adolf Augustus Berle whose present job as Assistant Secretary of State does not prevent him from braintrusting all over the lot. It soon fell out of the arms of its nurse, Secretary of Commerce Harry Hopkins, who in his oversold Des Moines speech last February failed to give it anything but words to teethe on. Last week those who should have loved the baby most dearly,...

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