National Affairs: Mr. London Speaks His Mind

Like a much-enduring man who can no longer hold his peace, Alfred Landon spoke his mind last week. In a broadcast speech from Kansas City, the Republicans' 1936 Presidential candidate boiled some angry conclusions about a situation which he thinks "is growing worse each hour." He spoke like any angry man, but he spoke the fears of many another brooding U.S. citizen.

Said Alf Landon:

> "[The New Deal's] way of doing things shakes every moral and legal conception of representative government. Over eight years of that sort of 'slick' leadership is destroying the...

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