For almost a decade, two able administrators have labored to bring Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal to an ailing U.S. Last week, as foreign administrators for the U.S. State Department, these two prepared to set out into an ailing world.

> Cherubic Calvin Benham ("Beanie") Baldwin, protege of Henry Wallace, began working at Farm Security Administration (then Resettlement Administration), in 1935. He spent $1½ billion trying to put 1½ million indigent U.S. farm families on their feet.

Beanie Baldwin's new title is Area Director of Economic Operations in Italy. Last week he said he had...

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