CONGRESS: How to Cure Deafness

Representative John Taber of Auburn, N. Y. is a tall, grey-haired, kindly man, who has room in his heart for most men and most dogs. But when he thinks about

That Man in the White House he goes stiff all over, closes his eyes, opens his mouth, and lets go. He believes the way to get rid of the New Deal is to blow the House down. At such times, like the brazen-throated Greek warrior Stentor, his voice is "as loud as fifty other men." Fortnight ago Mr. Taber had one of his shouting-fits, during debate on the Wage &...

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