Confidential: To the President

Bliven, Bruce
April 1938
New Republic;4/20/38, Vol. 94 Issue 1220, p327
Comments on the decision of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to return to the policy of "pump priming" through a large federal expenditures. Question on the new appropriation for the Reconstruction Finance Corporation; Decline of the Federal Reserve Board index; Parallel between the downward movemwent of the business index and the decline in federal spending.


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