National Affairs: Three Issues

Just as Franklin Roosevelt began last week to take an interest in active campaigning (see p. 11). Alf Landon set out from Topeka on his third campaign trip. Before the trip was over it looked to several observers as if Governor Landon, too, had suddenly decided to enter the campaign. Instead of delivering temperate generalities such as he has in most previous appearances, he made three major speeches, each devoted to a single issue, each making a strong bid for support in the region where it was delivered.

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