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National Affairs: The General is Retired

"I am sure you don't like me any more —and I don't blame you. But I am equally sure that you know in your heart . . . that in whatever you might ask me to do, I...

LABOR: Union Under Johnson

Last week General Hugh S. Johnson found himself in much the same sort of hot water as other employers of labor who had been badly scalded by NRA's rigid rules...

LABOR: Tongue v. Tongue

"We object to General Johnson hanging more dead cats on the President. Nine months of this explains why NRA has come to mean National Run Around." With this...

RECOVERY: Tubs & Toilets

Even the longest and bitterest battles must end some day and last week it seemed that day had come for the sarcastic name-calling feud between Clarence Darrow...

LABOR: Two Shillelaghs, One Strike

Walter Reed Hospital in Washington last week discharged a distinguished one-night patient. Army doctors who gave him a thorough examination found General Hugh...

INDUSTRY: Sock on the Nose

INDUSTRY "Sock on the Nose" "I'm here to button this thing up," barked National Recovery Administrator Johnson one day last week as he hopped out of an Army...

LABOR: Stock Yard Settlement

County highway patrols last week scoured the countryside around Chicago looking for a wanted man. They found him finally upon the golf course of Olympia...

THE CAPITAL: Old Ironpcmts

It was near midnight. The President was leaving for Hyde Park. A hulking, bottle-nosed figure dashed up, shouted exultantly: "Three more major codes signed!...

Books: The Job

BATTLE FOR THE WORLD—Max Werner —Modern Age ($3). HELL-BENT FOR WAR—General Hugh S. Johnson—Bobbs-Merrlll ($1.50). UNITED WE STAND!—Hanson W...

National Affairs: Thawing Out

Noting that "round-shouldered Raymond Clapper reported that the Midwest had only the 'mildest interest' in the Presidential race" (TIME, Jan. 29), General Hugh...

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