THE CONGRESS: Work Done, May 27, 1935

The Senate suddenly responded to President Roosevelt's call for action, dismayed him by taking the bit in its mouth, speeding hell bent on its own course. Ignoring Administration "must" bills, it:

¶ Passed the Wagner Labor Relations bill, 63-to-12 (see p. 19).

¶ Adopted the Clark resolution extending NRA until April 1, 1936 (see p. 16).

¶ Joined the House in sending the Patman Bonus bill to the President for a certain veto (see p. 13).

¶ Heard Huey Pierce Long shrill for action on his demand that it investigate James Aloysius Farley, gave...

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