RECOVERY: Heckling from the Hill

Heckling from the Hill When Congress is not in session its voice cannot be heard. When its voice cannot be heard it might as well not exist. Hence General Johnson, whose NRA did not begin teething until after Congress adjourned last June, was troubled for months by the complaints of old guard businessmen, but not by the caterwauling of Congressmen. To be sure. Senators Borah and Nye wrote him protesting that NRA was driving small businesses to the wall and turning trusts loose on a career of price fixing. To be sure,...

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