THE PRESIDENCY: My Party & Myself

The tanned, rugged-looking President who returned to the U. S. last week at Pensacola and proceeded at once to his "second home" at Warm Springs, Ga., was watched intently by the correspondents whose daily duty it is to report his words and deeds. Hanging in the air like a summer thunderstorm was the question: what would Franklin Roosevelt do now about his purge of the Democratic Party? Especially, what would he do about Senator Walter F. George of Georgia, on whom Roosevelt lieutenants had sicked as an opponent in next month's primary...

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