Every President would like to have the Press say what he would like said about himself. Franklin Roosevelt has succeeded better than any President before him in managing the Press. Last week he succeeded even further when he became his own press. Arriving in Jacksonville overnight from Washington he boarded the Farragut, one of the Navy's newest and finest destroyers, which whisked him off at a 35-knot clip to the Bahamas. His secretary, Marvin Mclntyre, his Relief Administrator Harry Hopkins and his bevy of newshawks proceeded on by rail to Miami. For...

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