THANK YOU, MR. PRESIDENT
"A.--Mr. Brandt, I don't believe for one second that any--except without--I will put it this way: with minor exceptions that there is any additional public works to be decided upon, brought into the appropriations picture and finally that will do anything for this present recession.
"I don't believe that--I don't believe that anything beyond small things in the agricultural field or upper--upstream, things where workmen can go to work very quickly, and acceleration of program already started--for example, your Post Office and all that sort of thing...."
A. Well, I tell you, I think that is, that attempt is made, that is sure, and I think that a very great deal of it goes out. But you must simply--here is one thing we must not forget: Among equals, the greatest and the richest and the strongest is bound to create some envy, and when you have any incident, therefore, that incites or brings to the surface this latent dislike or envy, well then, there is trouble."