THE CONGRESS: Work Done, Aug. 30, 1937

"Without objection the amendment is agreed. . . . Without objection the amendment is agreed to. . . ."

Chanting this refrain as he has been doing almost incessantly for the past fortnight in the effort to hurry the U. S. Senate to the end of its year's business Vice President Garner was suddenly interrupted late one afternoon last week. On the point of putting through, without debate, a bill to plug income-tax loopholes, the Vice President found himself obliged by Senate rules to give the floor to Lewis Schwellenbach of Washington, who said:...

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