National Affairs: Now We'll Go After Them

At a Tammany Hall rally last week Alfred Emanuel Smith first pronounced in public the names of the national Democratic ticket, promising the ''loyalty and devotion" of New York's "great Democratic organization ... in favor of the election of Roosevelt and Garner." Few days later Citizen Smith again mentioned Roosevelt & Garner, briefly as possible and at the very end of a long speech delivered in Newark chiefly to help out Boss Frank Hague whose New Jersey votes stood by him at the Chicago convention. Stumpster Smith began by expressing his regret that he could not speak in Connecticut for Candidate...

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