THE PRESIDENCY: Gloomy Visitors

Through the gates of Hyde Park all last week passed a stream of big cars. Across the terrace of the Roosevelt house marched a parade of important visitors. As they came out, after talking to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, there was gloomy information for the press. Said Financier Bernard Baruch, just back from abroad: "Europe is a tinderbox. Anything can happen." Said ordinarily cheerful Ambassador-at-Large Norman H. Davis, of the situation in general: "I can't see anything that is very promising." With two wars and a stockmarket slump to worry about between visitors,...

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