RECOVERY: Out on Chickens

Last week in Washington, 1,500 businessmen descended on the Capitol in a fleet of taxicabs to tell Congressmen that they must vote for a two-year extension of NRA. In Manhattan William Green of the A. F. of L. roared to 18,000 clothing workers a threat of a general strike if Congress did not vote a two-year extension of NRA. At the White House Franklin Roosevelt came out strongly for two more years for NRA. The Ways & Means Committee of the House obediently prepared to report a bill for NRA extension. And the...

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