FARMERS: Costs & Cattle

While President Roosevelt was last week telling newshawks in his air-cooled White House office how he proposed to inspect the drought area next month, a pert newshawk asked if by any chance he would make a few political speeches on that trip. A deep frown gullied the President's face. Drought, he snapped, was much too serious to mix with politics.

Meanwhile the Democratic National Committee was bragging: "The entire country is applauding the swift, energetic and efficient manner in which the Roosevelt Administration is moving to the relief of drought victims in...

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