DEMOCRATS: Ickes to Willlcie

The Democratic candidate for President last week disdained to answer the challenge in Wendell Willkie's G. O. P acceptance speech. President Roosevelt instead chose waspish Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes to sting back Mr. Willkie. Some Ickes stingers:

> "If Mr. Willkie is so eager for a debate ... I suggest that he challenge his running mate, Senator McNary, with whom he is at greater variance . . . than . . . with the President."

> ". . . Willkie, the rich man's Roosevelt; Willkie, the simple, barefoot Wall Street lawyer. ..."

> "A man cannot make an...

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