THE PRESIDENCY: Non-Political Campaign

THE PRESIDENCY Non-Political Campaign

From the crest of gigantic Chickamauga Dam, which backs up the waters of the turbulent Tennessee River eight miles above Chattanooga, President Roosevelt this week made his first major address since he accepted the Democratic nomination for the Third Term. Hatless in the withering sun, he sat in the back seat of an open car that had been run up on a hastily-built slack pine ramp. Sweat poured down the President's face, soaked through his seersucker suit.

The President had said that he would make no political speeches. But he...

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