TITLE

Congress Considers Tax Bills and Prepares to Defend Itself in the November Elections

PUB. DATE
August 1942
SOURCE
Congressional Digest;Aug/Sep42, Vol. 21 Issue 8/9, p193
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the attacks of Eastern New Dealers on senators and representatives who were in opposition to President Theodore Roosevelt's foreign policy before the war in the U.S. Candidate supported by New Dealers against Representative Howard Smith; Fight between President Roosevelt and Jim Farley over the nomination of a Democratic candidate for governor of New York; Campaign of legislators against attacks on Congress.
ACCESSION #
12032529

 

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