Coolidge's veto of the McNary-Haugen Bill

Coolidge, Calvin
August 2017
Coolidge's Veto of the McNary-Haugen Bill;8/1/2017, p4771
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Presents the president's veto message on US Senate bill 4808, entitled `An act to establish a Federal farm board to aid in the orderly marketing and in the control and disposition of the surplus of agricultural commodities.'


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