Good-by Again

The last time that Lewis W. Douglas said an official good-by to President Roosevelt there were no tears in either's eyes. Way back in 1934, making the first big break in the New Deal front, Lew Douglas* quit as Director of the Budget because he was aghast at New Deal spending. A young man then, he felt deeply disillusioned.

Last week Lew Douglas resigned as Deputy War Shipping Administrator, this time with the assurance of the President's "warm regards" and the warm plaudits of U.S. shipping men. He had done a first-rate job in bringing order to WSA by setting up...

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