Letters, Dec. 12, 1932

Comptroller McCarl's Job


In your issue of Nov. 21, at p. 8, col. 3, you state:

"The only high executive official who is legally safe in his job after March 4 is John Raymond McCarl. Comptroller General of the U. S., appointed in 1921 for a 15-year term and removable by impeachment."

Having some degree of familiarity with the office of Comptroller General and the decision of the Courts regarding it, permit me to opine that the forgoing statements that Mr. McCarl's job is "legally safe" and that he may be "removable by impeachment," are...

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