THE CABINET: Dew and Sunshine

Franklin Roosevelt's long indecision about his Attorney General was at last resolved by Vice President Garner and Jim Farley: five New Yorkers in the Cabinet would really be too many, therefore the President must pass over Solicitor-General Bob Jackson. Mr. Garner's thorough approval of Michigan's rufous Governor-reject Frank Murphy settled the matter. With that approval, the man-who-was-soft-on-sit-down-strikers could be confirmed without trouble. So Mr. Murphy packed up in Lansing, took his brother George, his sister Marguerite Murphy Teahan and the Bible his mother gave him. Next day he presented himself in...

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