THE CABINET: Undersecretary No. 2

No trouble whatever did President Roosevelt have last week filling the job of Undersecretary of Agriculture as soon as the post was created (see p. 14). But the job of Undersecretary of the Treasury has given the President nothing but trouble and tribulation for the 14 long months he has been in the White House. First of the Administration's Undersecretaries of the Treasury was Dean Acheson who spent most of his term in office as acting Secretary during William Woodin's illness. Because he never saw eye to eye with the President on money...

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