DEMOCRATS: Ageless New Deal

The Fourth Term campaign was officially launched.

Southern Governors milled all week in the lobbies of Washington's Mayflower and Statler Hotels. One Governor emerged from the smog of cigar smoke and politicking long enough to sum up: "We go into meetings to cuss him—but we just can't figure out any other answer than FDR in 1944."

Unanimously and amid cheers, the Democratic National Committee, also meeting in Washington, earnestly "solicited" Franklin Roosevelt to continue as "the great world leader." New national chairman named to succeed Postmaster General Frank C. Walker: Missouri's young,...

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