THE GOVERNMENT: New Experiment

To most Congressmen the pleasure of putting thumb to nose and waving all four fingers in the direction of Franklin Delano Roosevelt was last week a fully satisfying occupation (see p. 12). But to Congress' thoughtful fringe (New Deal and anti-New Deal) there was a far more interesting occupation, the same occupation as that of many a businessman, trying to answer a question:

After the defeat of the Spend-Lend Bill and other New Deal measures, what will be the state of business at convention time next year?

Either the U. S. cannot prosper with...

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