Business & Finance: Couzens on Detroit

U. S. Senator James Couzens is not a tactful man. Last week in Detroit, where he got his riches as Henry Ford's foreman-partner and his radicalism as a rambunctious police commissioner, silver-crowned Senator Couzens bluntly accused his home town bankers of pulling down their temples on their own heads.

Detroit has waited a long time to hear Michigan's Senior Senator tell his story of the banking fiasco which Judge Harry B. Keidan has been probing off & on all summer (TIME, Aug. 7). For in all the reckless charges and counter-charges that have been...

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