I have no inclination to be a dictator.
I have none of the qualifications which would make me a successful dictator.
I have too much historical background and too much knowledge of existing dictatorships to make me desire any form of dictatorship for a democracy like the United States.
This statement was made last week by the President of the U. S. Fully as extraordinary as the statement itself were the circumstances which surrounded it.
In Warm Springs, Ga., where Franklin Roosevelt was nearing the end of his ten-day holiday, it was 12:45...