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Hay 14, 1956. Sly dear Worth? X aa enclosing a copy of a talk X gave In Hew lork last weak# extracts froa which appeared in the press* X thought that some of my friends Might care to see the complete text, and X aa, therefore, taking the liberty of sending you a copy since this is an effort to outline briefly what X conceive to be the theory of the goveronezst's monetary and spending program and how it is working out toward a balanced bud get and full restoration* Sincerely yours, Honorable D* Worth Clark, House of Representatives, Washington, D. C* enclosure D. W O R T H C L A R K L u LU SHANK 2 d Id a h o D i s t r i c t S E C R ETAR Y COMMITTEE: BANKING AND CURRENCY June 9, 1936 My dear Marriner: I appreciated very much receiving the copy of the address which you recently delivered in New York. Needless to say I have read it with a great deal of interest and approval. I think it presents the financial phil osophy of the New Deal perfectly and, of course, I subscribe to it I shall consider it a favor to receive copies of any further addresses which you make as you already know I am very much interested in your ideas. Sincerely yours, Hon. Marriner Eccles Federal Reserve Board Washington, D. C.