THE PRESIDENCY: The Dollar's Week

President Roosevelt knows many ways of spending Sunday evening more pleasantly than conferring with monetary experts. Yet such conferences have become almost a habit for the reason that Sunday is convenient for considering the past week's money moves, planning the next week's moves. Last Sunday evening Secretary Woodin, long an absentee because of illness, was on hand again. So was Eugene R. Black, Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, George L. Harrison, Governor of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, Henry Morgenthau Jr. of the Farm Credit Administration, Chairman Jesse Jones of R....

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