The President's Recommendations for Action by the Sixty Eighth Congress

Archive Report

Second Session

President Coolidge's second annual message to Congress conatins 20 specific recommendations for legislative action. Ten of these are renewals of recommendations made in the President's message to the first session of the Sixty Eighth Congress. In his first message the President made 38 legislative recommendations, about half of which have been enacted into law.

The features of the President's second regular message are the stress laid upon the necessity for economy in public expenditure, to permit further reductions in taxes “after the close of the present session of Congress”, the renewal of his recommendation for American participation in the world court and the emphasis placed upon the desire of the United States to “be helpful to other nations and to assist in maintaining world ...

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