POLITICAL NOTES: Banker-Politician

Another business man goeth into politics—Evans Woollen, Indianapolis Bank President—a man to whom President Wilson offered a place on the Federal Reserve Board; who is Chairman of the Economic Policy Committee of the American Bankers' Association; who is or has been chairman, president or director of a railway, a life insurance company, any number of charitable and welfare associations, a college, an historical society, an art association, a fuel administration and memorials ranging from Benjamin Harrison to James Whitcomb Riley. He is besides a Democrat, and once ran for Congress—in 1896 on...

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