The Press: Nation's Neighbor

Six days a week Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt writes her diary in public. Whom she sees, what she reads, where she goes and what she thinks are all available to anybody who can afford a newspaper. Her column, My Day, appears in 75 U. S. newspapers reaching more than 4,000,000 readers. This overpowering demonstration of neighborliness is also, for the President of the U. S., a priceless political asset.

Last week, My Days,—* an unclouded selection from Mrs. Roosevelt's columns, appeared in book form. Since her first column, on Dec. 30, 1935, she has...

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