Surprise for Mr. Roosevelt

The tip-off came when the new president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce went to call on the President. Mr. Roosevelt said he would give his visitor five minutes. He liked him so much he kept him 20.

Then the new Chamber of Commerce president looked up Bill Green of the A. F. of L., suggested that it would be a refreshing change of pace if they could sit down together to look for areas of agreement. A little later he got hold of Phil Murray of C.I.O., had a long talk with him along the same lines.

Evidently something big was...

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