Also In This Issue, Oct. 24, 1932

(Continued) velt drive toward the White House without being ill-tempered or gloomy. A favorite "Ding" theme derives from the Republican charge that Governor Roosevelt has neglected to keep his own state in economic order, has permitted stock speculators, crooked bankers, corrupt Tammany politicians and criminals in general to run riot through New York while he was trying to sell his presidential services to the country at large. Before the conventions he drew a memorable picture entitled "The Mysterious Powerless Phenomenon" in which Governor Roosevelt, hugging Miss 1932, sped by the Party Powers...

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