National Affairs: Young Democrats

Month ago the officers of the nation's Young Democratic Clubs, which claim 3,000.000 members aged 18 to 40, confidently expected that President Roosevelt, their national secretary Son James Roosevelt, and 10,000 delegates would attend their second national convention in Milwaukee. Last week some 1,500 delegates showed up, but not President Roosevelt, busy with Congress in Washington, nor Son James, ill with a sore throat at Hyde Park. Sadly disappointed, but still hoping that Son Franklin Jr. might appear, the delegates sat down to listen to a speech by Pennsylvania's Governor George H. Earle....

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