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Newsweek Magazine, January 17, 1938
Weekly Publications, Inc, 1938. 44 pages. Contents: Direction of New Deal's Course Remains President's Secret: Question of Trust Busting Versus Regulation Unanswered as Oratory Continues; The Supreme Court: Justice (George) Sutherland Quits and West Offers Candidates; Congress Toil: Filibuster, Budget, War, Taxes, Economy; Relief: (James F.) Byrnes Committee Sentiment Leans Toward Dole; (Martin L.) Davey and Politics: Hatchet Men Again Swing on the Governor; White and Taxes: Mississippi's Home Owners Offered a Glimpse of Paradise; (Sol) Bloom's Boomerang: New York Congressman Gets Some Unwelcome Publicity; 'North Pole Weather': Russians Stay on Drifting Ice Despite Danger Signs; Rumania: 'It is My Government,' Says Royal Dictator (King Carol II); For Sale: 874 Sketches of American Birds (by Rex Brasher), $250,000 and Will Not Divide; Easier British Divorce: People Rejoice in the Luxury of Simplified Home-Breaking; (John) Donna the Fox: Veteran of Bobsledding Runs Leaves for New World Test; Economists See Wishful Thinking in 1939 Budget - They Claim President Bases Figures on Higher Revenue and Quick Recovery; The Recession: Who or What Is to Blame?; '112': Hudson (Motor Car Co.) Builds a Car 'to Lead Way Out of the Slump'; Erie (Railroad) Bonds: Chairman of RFC (Reconstruction Finance Corp.) Criticizes C. & O.'s (Chesapeake & Ohio Railway Co.) Attitude; and White House Finally Solves the Riddle of Federal Air-Line Control - Maybe. Binding intact. Small mailing label bottom front cover. Contents clean and unmarked. Average wear. A sound vintage copy. Magazine
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