National Affairs: Studies

Sending his regrets to a committee which urged him to run for Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, Son-Secretary James Roosevelt last week replied: No, thank you. He spoke of a "desire, through study and experience, to develop further my knowledge of governmental affairs before considering the possibility of elective office. I hope that the future will afford me an opportunity to complete my studies at first hand and to offer my contribution to the welfare of my fellow citizens. . . ."


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