Presents a memorandum dated March 29, 1935 which was prepared by Lauchlin Currie for Governor Eccles, probably as a basis for a speech. Currie includes a section in which he opposes the right, as under existing law, of the Governor to remain on the Federal Reserve Board if his term of office as Governor is not renewed. He also opposed the removal of the Secretary of the Treasury and the Comptroller of the Currency as ex‐officio members of the Board.
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