Business & Finance: Star Chamber

Some pretty good material turned out for the "All-American" business team which President Roosevelt proposed before the bankers in Washington last month. Big Business lettermen were joining long before elections. But not until it was apparent that the New Deal would probably last six years did a general stampede begin for positions in the Roosevelt lineup. And not until last week did the U.S. Chamber of Commerce turn out for scrimmage. Indeed, the Chamber's directors had no intention whatever of going into strict New Deal training when they assembled in Washington...

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