Letters: Dec. 30, 1929

Coolidge v. Hoover

Sirs:

I notice in TIME. Dec. 16, that Hoover is asking for appropriations for another commission. This "beaver man,'' as you called him last year, is undoubtedly starting things moving. Many of us old Timers are wondering if he is not undertaking too much. Personally I prefer the policy of his predecessor, who sat still, said nothing, and acted, when he acted, chiefly on the recommendations of big bankers—men who knew what they were doing.

PHINEAS LAWRENCE

Fall River, Mass.

Hurley's Faith

Sirs:

TIME YOUR JUDGMENT HAS FLED TO BRUTISH BEASTS IMAGINE...

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