National Affairs: On Pine Mountain

"President Roosevelt as a practical farmer," began a dispatch to the arch-Republican New York Herald Tribune last week, "has given concrete proof that agriculture can sustain itself and even operate at a profit without the aid of his New Deal."

On the brow of scrubby Pine Mountain, five miles out the Franklin D. Roosevelt Highway from Warm Springs, Ga., the Herald Tribune's correspondent had sought out lanky Otis Moore to find how things were going on the 2,500-acre farm which the President bought while convalescing at Warm Springs in 1925 (TIME, Dec. 10)....

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