THE PRESIDENCY: Roosevelt on Roosevelt

Roosevelt on Roosevelt

Where would Theodore Roosevelt stand today on the New Deal? Those of his children who are politically articulate and most of his Republican followers have no doubt that he would have stood militantly against it. His fifth cousin Franklin, for whom many a backcountryman was said to have voted in 1932 under the impression that he was again voting for T. R., last week indicated his belief that the 26th President of the U. S. would today be supporting the 32nd President.

The occasion was the dedication of a...

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