Problems Before the Sixty Ninth Congress

October 6, 1925

Report Outline
Major Proposals of the Administration
Previous Recommendations by the President
Recommendations Awaiting Commission Findings
Congressional Recess Investigations
Subjects for Congressional Debate

The program to be submitted by president Coolidge to the Sixty-ninth Congress when it meets for its first regular session December 7 will be built around four major projects. The President will ask for final action during the early months of the session on recommendations as follows:

  1. World Court—Ratification by the Senate of the World Court protocol with the Harding-Coolidge reservations.

  2. Debt settlements—Confirmation of the debt funding agreement with Belgium and such other agreements as may be reached with debtor nations in advance of or during the session.

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