FISCAL: Budget Time

Most embarrassing time of year for President Roosevelt is the time when his fellow citizens can have a field day quoting him against himself: budget time. Last week when he again sent a budget message to Congress, those many remembered utterances were more significant than usual. They served to document the fundamental changes which six years have wrought in Franklin Roosevelt's fiscal philosophy. Among them:

> In the 1932 campaign, in attacking the costliness of Herbert Hoover's government, he declared that "You cannot go very far with any real Federal economy without...

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