National Affairs: Dictators Challenged

When Harry Hopkins' small daughter Diana grows up, she ought to cherish a picture of herself which was taken last week, wedged into the President's gallery in the House of Representatives with the wife, uncle (Frederic Adrian Delano) and mother of the man who made her father famous. There Diana, who is six, listened to that man deliver his sixth annual address to Congress on the State of the Union. Diana's father can tell her that, up to a point, it was Franklin Roosevelt's most smashingly successful message since his "The only thing we...

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