Business: The Government's Week: Apr. 4, 1938

Last week the U. S. Government did the following for and to U. S. Business:

¶ Rushed by airmail to Franklin Roosevelt at Warm Springs, Ga. was the special report on the railroad crisis prepared by Interstate Commerce Commissioners Walter M. W. Splawn, Joseph B. Eastman and Charles D. Mahttie. Meantime, in Washington, the Association of American Railroads and the Railway Labor Executives Association "decided to wait and see what the President is going to do'' before discussing wage cuts. Said R.L.E.A. President George L. Harrison after the meeting: "They told us how poor...

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