John J., Cochran
October 1937
Congressional Digest;Oct37, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p241
Presents the U.S. House Committee on Organization's explanation of how the committee dealt the U.S. president's government reorganization program in 1937. Call on support for the House reorganization bills; Opposition to reorganization proposals; Bill dealing with the General Accounting Office; Cutting down of government expenditure.


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