By J. Edward Jones
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It lasted for only three days, but it represented the first attempt of a new and inexperienced officialdom to solve an acute industrial problem. The petroleum industry was the first one tackled by the Roosevelt Administration in an effort to grapple with a real big economic problem . It is my belief that the Governors' Oil Conference first sowed the seed that stirred the New Deal toward the NRA program which followed. " Out of the Conference came ambitious notions that finally bore fruition in the famous codes of industry.
Roosevelt when he is at his best is something to remember . He has a graciousness of manner that seemingly captivates and influences everybody about him to incline to his view . He, also, very politely and gallantly, agrees with everything that is said . One is impressed, and immeasurably so, with the firm belief that the President not only, agrees with, but promises to do everything that is desired . " His gracious manner, his natural poise, his democratic and social manner of meeting people and of discoursing with them, win the day for Mr .
Ickes, however, that I felt I had been within my proper province in my communication to the governors, particularly since he had made misstatements concerning facts relating to a very important matter and that by virtue of his misstatements, a false issue had been created in the industry . I then told the Secretary that I desired to ask him two questions . He angrily nodded a sullen assent . " I don't know the influence which prompted it, but my mind, in a split fraction of a second, quickly Meet Mr .
'And So -- They Indicted Me!'' - A Story of New Deal Persecution by J. Edward Jones