THE PRESIDENCY: Worries & Murmurs

The President, coming up out of his cellar now that the MacArthur storm seemed to be blowing over, found another thunderhead on the horizon. The Sand Congress was away behind in its work, and since it is a Democratic Congress, he hesitated to call it "do-nothing." Yet all the Administration's complicated and vital price-control machinery was about to expire on June 30, and Congress was dawdling and balking at its renewal.

To stir up Congress, Harry Truman decided to stir up the homefolks. Earnestly facing a battery of microphones and television cameras one...

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