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Franklin Roosevelt, fighting a rear-guard action against inflation, last week ordered his aides to think up some new tactics. His price lieutenants jumped in with the usual set of one-page memos of their ideas, for him to cull and con. Soon, perhaps in the first fireside chat since February, the plans will be unfolded. The usual "informed sources" said that the tentative program, subject to change without notice, will include:

>A big Government purchasing program to absorb high farm prices without letting retail ceilings rise on important cost-of-living items. For instance, this could...

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