National Affairs: Sharp Words at Gainesville

In his transcontinental tour last autumn, Franklin Roosevelt let the voters of several States see how much he resented their Senators' fight against his plan to enlarge the Supreme Court. Last week, on tour again, the President let the voters of another section of the country see how he felt about their representatives' action on part of his current legislative program. Starting on his spring vacation, the President paused at Gainesville, Ga. to dedicate a public square named after him. Introduced to the crowd of 20,000 by Georgia's Senator Walter F. George, who...

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