THE PRESIDENCY: The President's Week

While Adolf Hitler and Anthony Eden spent last week making history in Europe (see pp. 19, 22), Franklin Delano Roosevelt faced his own major problem,, Recession, by turning lecturer. Sitting in his office chair, directing a pointer at an easel covered with price charts, he expounded his Administration's theory of price trends: That some are too high, some too low and the U. S. will not have prosperity till they are balanced (see p. 57).

¶ "The winning of one more battle for an underlying farm policy"—thus the President described the new Agricultural Adjustment Act of...

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