DEMOCRATS: Homing Roosevelt

Jersey City, Newark, Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Mineola, again Manhattan, Poughkeepsie and finally Hyde Park, to vote and wait for returns was the circuit on which Franklin Delano Roosevelt wound up his four-month campaign last week. In each he smiled his ear-to-ear smile, waved his long arms, made brief inconsequential speeches that added no last-minute proposition to the issues. Frank Hague, New Jersey's boss, proudly exhibited the candidate to thundering thousands. Thirty-five hundred Republicans-for-Roosevelt heard him, along with Owen D. Young, from the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House. Arm-in-arm...

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