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Edward N. Hurley resigns as Chairman of the Shipping Board.
Woodrow Wilson makes a proclamation about licensing bakers in order to conserve ingredients.
Baker writes to President Wilson that efforts to return the country to normal are moving along. There is no need for a reconstruction policy and Wilson should make that clear.
Successfully built wooden ships should be put in their own unit after war.
Merchant fleet will help America fight for civilization.
Head of the shipping board assures President Wilson should not be worried that the US is preparing for economic advantage at sea.
Private note from President Wilson to not upset the English with talk of new US shipping power.
William G. McAdoo to Cary T. Grayson suggesting Frederick I. Thompson for the Shipping Board.
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