Press Conference, March 5, 1926

July 8, 2020

Date: March 5, 1926 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) The railroad-labor bill should hardly be referred to as an administration measure. It didn’t originate with the administration in any way, but represents an agreement between the major portion of the railroad managers and the major portion of the railroad employees. Whether any amendments […]

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Press Conference, March 2 1926

July 8, 2020

Date: March 2 1926 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) I have a number of questions this morning about the details of legislation. I made a public statement of my position in relation to legislation in my message to Congress, and if you want to know about my position on legislative matters I can’t […]

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Press Conference, February 26, 1926

July 8, 2020

Date: February 26, 1926 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) The reduction of taxes wouldn’t make any difference in the amount of money that can be spent for reclamation, because that comes out of a revolving fund that doesn’t arise from taxation. It is money that comes in from the sale of lands and […]

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Press Conference, April 4, 1924

June 16, 2020

Date: April 4, 1924 Location: Washington, D.C. (Original document available here) I don’t know as I can say there were any particular topics under discussion when the Senators were at breakfast this morning. I expressed to them a desire that they do what they could to expedite legislation. I received a report from Senator Smoot […]

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