Late one afternoon last week Franklin Roosevelt drove out to Washington's Naval Hospital to see his oldest political adviser, Louis McHenry Howe, abed for a year with heart and lung trouble. The President visited his No. 1 secretary because Louis Howe is the foremost member of the Cuff-Links Gang. This organization is composed of friends who helped Franklin Roosevelt run for Vice President in 1920 and to whom he gave sets of cuff links in remembrance of that unfortunate political campaign. Of late years the Cuff-Links Gang has been getting together with...

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