TAXATION: Millions and Millionaires

Last week, there developed a major struggle concerning the conduct of the Government. One combatant was undoubtedly the richest man in public life. His opponent was probably the second richest man in public life.

Both made high marks in the business world before entering politics. Both entered politics for the love or the honor of it. The first, Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, has been noted for nonpartisan conduct in office. The second, James Couzens, junior Senator from Michigan, is known for the many great services he rendered his city, Detroit, of which he was mayor.

Yet they have...

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