Last week Democratic delegates from all over New York State swarmed into Buffalo to renominate Governor Herbert H. Lehman and Senator Royal S. Copeland, pick the rest of their slate, adopt an out-and-out New Deal platform. Up from his great red mansion in Albany went the Governor to receive his party reward for faithful service. Up from his new Fifth Avenue apartment in Manhattan went Alfred E. Smith to nominate his old friend. Up from his proud new offices in Washington went Postmaster General James Aloysius Farley.

Before the convention was 24...

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