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 - CHICAGO, Sept. 6.—(/P)—Attorney Silas H....
CHICAGO, Sept. 6.—(/P)—Attorney Silas H. Strawn, prominent Republican and former president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, today scoffed at President Roosevelt's statement that business has improved under the New Deal. Commenting on the President's letter to Roy W. Howard, promising business men a legislative "breathing spell," Strawn said: "I believe that I express the sentiments of business and thoughtful citizens generally when I say that the efforts of the 'New Dealers', especially the so-called 'must' legislation recently enacted by a complacent Congress has not only failed to restore confidence but has had quite the contrary effect.

Clipped from Montana Butte Standard, 07 Sep 1935, Sat,  Page

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