National Affairs: Look, Listen & Learn ''

Putting on what he called his "fighting clothes" (dark grey sack suit), Governor Roosevelt last week traveled far, spoke often on his second campaign trip to "look, listen and learn." His itinerary was a triangle from Albany to St. Louis to Atlanta to New York. Because more than half of the territory he covered was already conceded to him by Republicans, some of his advisers viewed the long journey as wasted campaign effort. His speeches were of less political importance than the enormous crowds he drew everywhere, the noisy enthusiasm his presence kindled....

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