June 27, 1936 - Article - Big Jim Farley; He Gets The Blame, by Alva Johnson
"I'm no hypocrite," is a remark that Postmaster General James A. Farley is in the habit of making.
When 250,000 employees were added to the executive departments without civil-service examinations, who got the blame?
When President Roosevelt and other members of his official family enriched their albums with "special" stamps values at approximately $1,500,000, who got the blame?
Jim Farley. (pg. 5)