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People: Sep. 14, 1962

Turning up at ground-turning ceremonies for a new, $50,000 library in the Manhattan exurb of South Salem, N.Y. (pop. 500) was ex-Vice President, ex-Progressive...

Books: Henry Doesn't Live Here

THE WALLACES OF IOWA (615 pp.)—Russell Lord—Houghton Mifflin ($5). More than one plain-spoken journalist has found his phrases turning fuzzy trying to explain...

FARMERS: White & Red

As decreed by the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938 (TIME, Feb. 21), and detailed by practical Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace in 22,560...

Business: Wallace's Windfall

Vice President Henry A. Wallace's Economic Defense Board completed a sleuthing job last week, came up with a rich haul of loot. In the Delaware, Lackawanna &...

Books: Yes, No, Perhaps

NEW FRONTIERS—Henry A. Wallace— Reynal & Hitchcock ($2). THE CHALLENGE TO LIBERTY—Herbert Hoover—Scribner ($1.75). FREEDOM VERSUS ORGANIZATION—Bertrand...

CROPS: Grandiose Scheme

Pharaoh of Egypt thought so highly of Joseph for inventing the ever-normal granary plan of crop control that he freed him from jail, made him governor...

THE GOVERNMENT: Tips on Tipsters

An oft-repeated expression of naïve Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace is "I was astonished." Last week, Secretary Wallace "was astonished at the...

Business: Hindsight

In Washington last week South Carolina's James F. Byrnes smilingly exhibited a letter addressed "Senator Byrnes, Expert on the Business Depression." Certainly...

MARKETS: Tag-line

Up to last week William Crapo Durant had lost three fortunes, been twice ousted as president of General Motors, seen his Durant car fail, his art treasures...

OPINION: The People's Choice

U.S. likes and dislikes in public affairs, as reported in the November FORTUNE : > Over 45% agree with Vice President Henry A. Wallace that the U.S. has...

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