POLITICAL NOTE: New Dealer's Hornbook

Thurman Wesley Arnold is just the kind of irreverent, ready-witted jack-of-all-trades whose presence with the New Deal in Washington since 1933 both businessmen and old-line politicians have found irritating. An amateur politician, he was once the sole Democrat in the Wyoming Legislature and served a term as mayor of his home city of Laramie. A stout New Dealer, he has worked for his friend Jerome Frank as Assistant General Counsel of AAA, for his friend Bill Douglas as trial examiner for the SEC, for his friend Robert H. Jackson as a special consultant...

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