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Matter should come only from profound deliberation following most complete analysis of the problems involved . The President had been at his new job of many and arduous duties for less than four short weeks . Could he have given great study to this matter? I knew of no work by any governmental department that had resulted in any conclusions regarding that important subject . Could the President-and I almost shuddered at the thought-be so constituted as to pass snap judgment, involving such tremendous considerations, following only fifteen minutes of discussion of just one side of the question?
Needless to say, the meeting broke up in quick fashion, the disheartened and chagrined oil men wondering what next was to be done . But Mr . John B . Elliott, Chairman and spokesman of our newly formed "Independent Petroleum Association Opposed to Monopoly," quickly threw himself into action . Through the two California Senators, appointments were made with other Cabinet officers and one also with President Roosevelt . I was one of a committee selected to lay our problem before the President . We did this the following day .
All were insistent that everything possible should be done, and quickly, to prevent the new Roosevelt Administration from starting its career with a misunderstanding of oil problems. We eagerly and hopefully, therefore, awaited Mr. Ickes' expected announcement on the following morning . We thought that he would admit that he had been wrongly advised as to the facts of the Meet Mr . Roosevelt 57 oil issue . Such admission would destroy the danger of governmental control of oil production in the interests of monopoly as against the principle of free and competitive enterprise .