THE PRESIDENCY: Off Port Aransas

When a silvery, 5-ft. tarpon takes his hook, a deep-sea fisherman is in for a job of strength and skill which leaves no time for meditation. But for Franklin Roosevelt, trolling the blue waters of the Gulf off Port Aransas, Tex. last week, tarpon strikes were few & far between. There was plenty of time to think about the Congress he had left gagging listlessly on his Court Plan, about ways & means to break the jam and get the rest of his Reform program moving again. Whether or not he might...

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