GOVERNMENT: The Fisherman

Of all the New and Fair Dealers in Congress, none has a more durable record of sniping at business than Brooklyn's Veteran Democratic Representative Emanuel Celler. Back in 1922 he was elected on an antidepression, anti-Big Business platform, and, so long as the patchwork of tenements, corner drugstores and housing developments that he represents keeps on sending him back, he sees no reason to change his tactics.* In his time, rotund Manny Celler has whaled away at the steel industry and bank mergers, Wall Street and newsprint combines, even probed big-league baseball...

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