National Affairs: Sons and War

You don't just sit at meals and look at each other.

And that, Eleanor Roosevelt pointed out at her White House Press conference last week, goes for a President and his wife as well as for other folks. To women reporters curious over the fact that Mrs. Roosevelt's newspaper column, My Day, has a way of beating the President to the punch, this toasty retort was explanation enough. To others concerned over her increasing truculence along the Neutrality Front and its influence on U. S. women hell-bent for peace, it explained more fully why...

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