THE PRESIDENCY: Warm Springs Week

To experts back in Washington, vacationing Franklin Roosevelt left further work on the Budget last week, and further study of the big new ingredient of his Fourth New Deal: rearmament. For him this visit to Warm Springs, Ga. was to be real relaxation, real "play." He swam in the warm pool, drove his car through the hills and forests, held an open-air press conference. He carved a Thanksgiving turkey for fellow paralysis patients, singled out Eddie Cantor's Thanksgiving greeting to read aloud: "I am grateful that I live in a country where all...

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