Misrepresentative Government

July 1942
New Republic;7/13/42, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p39
Reports on the inefficiency of the constitutional legislative body of the U.S. Lack of funds with the Department of Agriculture because the Senate and the House were unable to agree on the appropriation bill; Reduction in the appropriation of the Office of Price Administration to about one-third of the amount believed to be necessary for the performance of the duty of director, Leon Henderson; Refusal of the Congress to cooperate in avoiding inflation; Suspension of the appropriation that would have been necessary to keep alive the Civilian Conservation Corps.


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