For the first time since the turn of the year Franklin Roosevelt retired last week to the inside pages of the nation's press. If the President was startled by the antagonism displayed by the little businessmen (see p. 11 ) toward him and his Administration, he did not indicate it, for he let them run wild on the front page. In the uproar over foreign policy (see col. 2) he took no visible part. With vocal Congressmen trying desperately to force him to redefine his stand, the closest approach to a statement on...

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