Washington Notes

November 1929
New Republic;11/13/29, Vol. 60 Issue 780, p352
Reports on the unpopularity of U.S. President Herbert Hoover, with reference to stock market depression and an explosion in an extra session of the U.S. Congress. Apprehension on the effect of crash in stock prices on industries and trade; Efforts that Hoover could have taken on the tax cut; Expectations from the London, England naval disarmament conference; Political trouble with Hoover that he does not know how to make his popular strength in the country count; Statements made by Hoover, which made his prestige lower; Views of Republicans and Democrats toward Hoover.


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