National Affairs: No. 1 for 1936

In Atlanta last week Franklin Roosevelt delivered what the 50,000 Georgians who turned out to hear him generally regarded as the first speech of his campaign for reelection. In finest fettle the President clearly demonstrated that after nearly three years in the White House he was still the master stumpster of 1932 who could sway a crowd or a country with his vibrant voice, his buoyant words. He denounced Republican prosperity; he mocked Herbert Hoover (without naming him); he had at his old enemies, the bankers, rich clubmen, budget balancers and the Cassandras...

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