During Depression three U. S. politicians, billing themselves as the poor man's friend, went to town. Today one of them, Franklin Roosevelt, is in the White House. Two of them, Huey Long of Louisiana and Floyd B. Olson of Minnesota, are in their graves. Last fall in Minnesota Governor Olson's Farmer-Labor Party pulled through the election as it did during his lifetime but on that occasion it had the advantage of riding on Franklin Roosevelt's coat tails. Last week for the first time Minnesota's Farmer-Labor Party, under the leadership of bespectacled Governor...

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