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The Press: Curmudgeon's Dudgeon

As many a publisher and "calumnist" knows, Harold L. Ickes likes nothing better than a good tiff with the press. Last week, at his farewell press conference, the...

Button Up Your Overcoat

From Solid Fuels Administrator Harold L. Ickes came a chilly prediction last week: unless the Army quickly releases some coal miners from the service, U.S...

THE ADMINISTRATION: The Hopkins Letter

So rare in high political places was this particular sort of sensation that Washington had almost forgotten the name for it. The last notable roorback* in...

U.S. At War: Senate v. House

In the great running fight between the Congress and the President, the House had struck a foul blow. Last week the Senate tried to make amends for that...

OIL: In Search of a Policy

"Tell me the sort of agreement that the United Nations will reach with respect to the world's petroleum resources when the war is over, and I will undertake...

The Shortage: Its Whys, Ifs & Ickes

Into the statistical name-calling phase last week moved the next big U.S. industrial shortage: power. Aluminum, steel, other metals, transportation had gone...

OIL: The New Dictator

Oilmen, already harried by a shortage of tankers, had another blow last week. Their favorite enemy, Harold L. Ickes, already Federal Oil Administrator, became...

The Press: Suppression of News

Pompous Frank Gannett of Rochester, N. Y. publishes a string of dull and respectable newspapers. New Dealer Harold L. Ickes throws the most accomplished...

Transport: Eckener for Helium

Dr. Hugo Eckener, world's foremost expert on lighter-than-air craft, arrived in the U. S. from Germany last week to try to get some helium for German...

RELIEF: Dreamland

Shortly after breakfast one morning last week. Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes bustled into the White House office with jaw set, brow beetling. He...

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