At Hyde Park one day last week Franklin Roosevelt heard a great deal about the Constitution from a variety of people who consider his attitude toward that piece of paper highly dangerous, if not downright destructive. Picking for their political sound-off the 148th anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution by its framers at Philadelphia, important Republicans throughout the land warmed to a theme which they hope will be paramount in the 1936 presidential campaign. Though few G. O. Partisans dared to mention him by...

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