National Affairs: On Bought Time

While her husband played foreign war (see above) and his chief spokesman wooed Business (see p. 49), Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, increasingly vocal these days on national issues* delivered an extemporaneous speech in Manhattan last week on security for youth and age. Excerpts:

". . . We had this problem, remember, in 1931 and 1932. Business says today if they trusted Government they could answer it. They trusted Government presumably in '31 and '32 and the problem was not answered. Since that time we have had a change of political party. I believe in the things which have been...

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