The Press: President & Press

Into the office of Franklin D. Roosevelt one day last week filed a hundred-odd Washington correspondents, for the President's usual bi-weekly press conference. As usual, the reporters fell into two groups: 1) those assigned exclusively to cover President Roosevelt's activities, 2) other correspondents and their newspaper friends. Members of the first group drifted toward the front of the room, as usual, and as usual the United Press's tremendous Fred Storm lowered himself into his special chair so that those in the rear could see past him. Franklin Roosevelt gripped a long cigaret holder...

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