ECONOMICS: According to Coyle

David Cushman Coyle has three reputations—engineer, eccentric, economist. As engineer, he designed the Washington State Capitol, worked on the New York Life building, served as technical adviser to PWA. As eccentric, he omitted heating facilities from the second floor of his Bronxville, N.Y. home because he believes people should sleep in cold rooms. As economist, he attended the famous dinner at which Dr. William A. Wirt later said he had heard that Roosevelt was a U.S. Kerensky and that a flock of Reds were waiting to take over the Government; then, with a series of 25¢ and 50¢ pamphlets...

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