ON THE 16th of June, 1933, PWA was born.
In the White House, the executive offices in the west wing were crowded. Members of Congress, Government officials, and newspaper men, alert and expectant, reflected the hope of a Nation which had undergone more than 3 years of deep depression. On the President's desk rested a mass of weighty legislation--the last bills passed by a Congress which had labored and sweated for 100 days of a history-making emergency session.
At 5 minutes before noon the press photographers lined themselves up in the President's old1 office. They raised____________________