To keep the conservative lions from growling any louder than usual has been one of President Roosevelt's prime political purposes since the Congressional campaign throughout the land moved to the front page of the newspapers. Although a new tax program is well in the making at the Treasury, not a word has been officially said as to where the levies will fall. Although Relief Administrator Harry Hopkins is straining to perfect relief plans for the coming winter, nothing has been definitely revealed of how many billions he will spend or in what manner....

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