POLITICAL NOTE: Georgia Cracker

Franklin D. Roosevelt makes a great public display of his affection for Georgia. Never a visit does he pay to Warm Springs without a hearty greeting to his "second home" and his "adopted State." To make that sentiment a reality he bought a 1,700-acre farm near Warm Springs, became a Georgia taxpayer.

But, with the exception of the late Eugene R. Black as Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, President Roosevelt has lifted no Georgian to high place as Cabinet member, ambassador, brain-truster, first-rank administrator. His CWA and NRA nettled Georgians by boosting...

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