THE PRESIDENCY: Work & Wages

Hatching at the White House last week was a nestful of plans for the mobilization of industry on a scale not seen in the U. S. since War days. What sort of Federal control over work and wages would finally come forth even President Roosevelt did not know. He was brooding over a wide assortment of ideas, offered not only by his assistants but by financiers and industrialists who wanted him to go the limit on business dictatorship to end unemployment, restore the nation's buying power.

The White House industrial program as thus...

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