National Affairs: Capitalizing

"How will the Congress work with Hoover?" The question was and is often asked. An inkling of an answer appeared last week while the House Appropriations Committee was considering the Budget Bureau's figures for running the Department of Commerce next year. As a rule, if Congressmen have fault to find with Budget estimates it is that they are too large. But at this hearing, the Congressmen listened respectfully to Director Julius Klein of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. Mr. Klein protested that the money set down for his Bureau in the Budget was too small. "The situation in South...

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