PRESIDENCY: The Deductive Method

At first glance, few people would think of Walter Lippmann as a great detective. Courteous, well-read, softspoken, with a vocabulary greater than Sherlock Holmes's (and far more normal habits), he could talk international finance with Morgan partners, politics with Presidents, and seem much more like a reassuring expounder of broad issues than a practical political dopester. But last week genteel Columnist Waiter Lippmann solved a mystery that had baffled some of the keenest political detectives in the U. S. It was the Mystery of the Third Term, or Will President Roosevelt...

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