President's Week, Mar. 29, 1943

Franklin Roosevelt stuffed another cigaret in his ivory holder, leaned far back in his big chair, told his press conference, as usual, that he had "no news except. . . ." Then he proceeded to fill out the "except."

Postwar. Franklin Roosevelt wanted newsmen to understand he was not "cool" toward the Ball resolution for early action on postwar objectives. The details, he said, were something for the Senate to work out; but he endorsed the general idea. He thought it would be helpful for the world to know that the U.S. is...

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