RECOVERY: Invitation to Debate

"It is worth remembering," said the President to the Congress last week, "that the purpose of this law challenged the imagination of the American people and received their overwhelming support." But that was nearly two years ago and Franklin Roosevelt was not fooling himself about the present status of NRA. In his message to Congress he was rehearsing all the good points he could think of in NRA's favor—its noble objectives, its more disputable accomplishments: "Giving re-employment to 4,000,000 people. . . . Collective Bargaining. . . . Lifting the curse of child...

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