POLITICAL NOTE: Warrior to War

In the U. S. last week millions of citizens gathered to hear the man who might have been President talk about the man who was President. At the Mayflower Hotel in Washington only 2,000 listeners actually saw the speaker, but it was to the unseen audience of the air that his words were significantly addressed. Most of that audience remembered the 1924 Democratic Convention when the speaker had first been called the "Happy Warrior"— by the same Franklin D. Roosevelt whom Alfred Emanuel Smith was about to denounce. They remembered March 4,...

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