On the lighted platform of Hyde Park's dinky station, the President of the U. S. was moving to board a special train back to Washington when from a small crowd standing in the cover of darkness, a deep Negro voice bellowed:
"Boss man, when's you-all gonna get those fellows away?''
Franklin Roosevelt turned his head, raised his voice: "I think we can finish this week."
If the Negro at the Hyde Park Station had been more perspicacious, he need not have asked his question. U....