The strong chin of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, with the cigaret-holder slanting rakishly upward above a cloven bulb that is the delight of world cartoonists, last week took a series of blows such as no President of the U. S. ever suffered and survived. The blows would not, of course, have fallen had Mr. Roosevelt not stuck his chin out farther than any President since Woodrow Wilson. He could have seen the attack coming had he not blinded himself to the meaning of the last Congressional election. Fighter that he is, it is...

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