REPUBLICANS: Distant Cousin

Today, a fortnightly published at Sydney, Australia, last March carried an article entitled "Roosevelt II of U. S. A.?" Excerpts: "Franklin D. Roosevelt . . . has become America's most prominent figure. Statesmanship is in his blood. Theodore ['Teddy'] Roosevelt was his uncle. . . . On social questions he inclines to the left. . . . The most likely Republican nominee for Vice-President is Nicholas Roosevelt, who, as Governor of Costa Rica in the Caribbean, has been bringing the blessings of American civilisation to that negroid dependency of the U. S....

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