Letters, Aug. 14, 1933

Executive's Son


As a subscriber to your magazine I would like to know by what virtue is the divorce and subsequent marriage of Elliott Roosevelt entitled to about two columns under National Affairs?

Certainly he is not connected in any way with National Affairs. His only popularity is because he is the Chief Executive's son. By no stretch of the imagination could it be considered a National Affair, no more than John Doe's similar action could be considered one.

I think it was an error of judgment to place it there instead of under...

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