crops. All this for the "forgotten man". Oh reform, what acts are committed in thy name! And in the midst of all this utopianism, dream without reality, this spending without income, this -checkwriting against overdrawn accounts, there is no word or act of encouragement for business and the great group of citizens between the rich who will not pay and the who cannot pay, who must in the end provide the necessary finances. Amidst all the legislation legislation passed by congress but one measure designed to aid business and that was the regulation bill to help the railroads. Business lost the tax fight, the Wagner bill fight, the utilities fight, the TV A, AAA and work relief. goose which must ultimately lay the golden was strangled on the roost. The faces of great multitude that labors between the rich one side and the poor on the other, were brought closer to the inescapable grindstone. What the principles which Mr. Roosevelt declared his radio address he considered sacred? Did mean thrift, economy: and national financial honor? Mr. Roosevelt and congress have launched us upon a Utopian program complete in detail except one—a plan for paying for it. that perforce will come. It cannot be avoided.