THE PRESIDENCY: The Roosevelt Week: Apr. 29, 1935

Some newspaper editors who feel that their newshawks assigned to cover the White House are altogether too pliable in the dexterous hands of Franklin Roosevelt last week had a taste of the President's professional hospitality. Mr. Roosevelt set aside an evening for a heart-to-heart with the American Society of Newspaper Editors. With high hopes of getting "inside dope" from an evening's interview, the editors marched in. The President greeted them cordially, talked to them at length, hardly allowed them to get a question in edgewise. Coming out by the same door wherein...

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