National Affairs: Baruch Back

Most of last month Vincent Astor and Raymond Moley shuttled between Hyde Park and Manhattan. To the President, his richest friend and his ablest adviser brought word that Business was developing a bad case of nerves at the New Deal's uncertainties. Back in town Editor Moley wrote inspired reassurances in Today and Mr. Astor closeted himself with one tycoon after another to relate how things were going to come out all right in the end. The biggest news that Mr. Astor brought back from the throne room was that President Roosevelt was going to...

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