Fine T.L.S. 4to. 1 page, personal letterhead, Topeka, May 1, 1937, to Frederick R. Coudert, international law attorney and political powerbroker, just six months after being defeated by Franklin D. Roosevelt, in part: "...It was the Chamber of Commerce that first proposed the NRA, and now that the President is frightened at the threat of inflation, the natural tendency is to follow the course that I believe all governments have followed under like circumstances, - the attempt to control wages and hours of labor, and prices..." Boldly signed and in fine condition.
American politician who served as the twenty-sixth Governor of Kansas (1933-1937) while also accepting the Republican Party's nomination as a Presidential candidate in the 1936 election.
Condition: Very Good(+)