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RICHARD

SPITZ

GRANITE POINT ROAD, R. F. O. NO. S
FORTUNE'S ROCKS. BIDDEFORD. MAINE

January 21st, 1951
Dear Mr. Eccles:I was interested to see at least
some favorable e d i t o r i a l comment i n the Wall
Street Journal, as to your expressed views
There i s no doubt that the only dark
c e l l a r the i n f l a t i o n a r y forces can hide t h e i r
dispicable and dishonest quantitative monetary
ideas i s i n the Nazi v a r i e t y of socialism.
Attempting a Brannan plan under the
present emergency, so-called,

and coupling i t with

indoctrination of 18 year olds under the guise of
m i l i t a r y necessity, with so-called

1 free
1

men l i k e Wilson and Johnson(plunging f o r

enterprise"
controls

of economic forces impugns the very sources of
enterprise, v i z . ,

s e l f d i s c i p l i n e i n the public

free
inter-

est } has a l l the ingredients of social-nazism,- and
I happen to be of German descent.
hear
I t i s refreshing to/you
to h e l l ,
know

and i f I can help y

Hon. Marriner S. Eccles,
Federal Reserve Board.
Washington, D. C



t e l l them to go
me