DEMOCRATS: Roosevelt Remedies

Carrying his presidential drive outside his own State for the first time since the Chicago Convention, Governor Roosevelt last week journeyed to Columbus, Ohio, addressed 30,000 jubilant Democrats in the Municipal Stadium. His was a dashing, slashing speech, full of sting for the G. O. P. "The major issue in this campaign is the economic situation." he began and thereupon proceeded to flay President Hoover for his public behavior during the Depression. The Republican Party was blamed for "encouraging a vast speculative boom." Its 1928 promises of prosperity were skillfully bracketed with...

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