Washington, DC: Constitutional Money League of America, 1939. 7p., 8.5x11 inch pages inside stiff printed wraps with green plastic comb binding.
Contains reprints of Congressional Record transcripts of radio discussions between California congressman Jerry Voorhis and others, one entered into the record by Knute Hill of Washington and the other by Voorhis himself. These radio broadcasts, called Congressional breakfast talks, featured Voorhis discussing "constitutional money and government monetary control" with various guests. The binder contains only two such talks; the thickness of the plastic binding suggests that the folder was intended to contain rather more, but both examples we have seen contain identical materials. Voorhis was based in Whittier, CA; he lost his seat after a 1946 red-baiting campaign by Richard Nixon.