Business & Finance: Treaty of Washington

They knew that their big banking brothers were patching up peace with the White House but the rank & filers stepped off the train fairly smoking with hatred for the New Deal and all its ways. Four thousand strong, from the four corners of the land, they had gone to Washington to learn their fate from the lips of the President himself.

Most of them were bitterly resentful. They had never forgiven the President for branding them as "money changers" at his inaugural, for continuing to take sharp digs at them ever since....

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