U.S. At War: Frankie and Bertie

Shark-mouthed Publisher Frank Gan nett and carp-eyed Publisher Colonel Robert R. McCormick share two fierce emo tions : hatred of Franklin Roosevelt, a conviction that New Deal "bungling" in agriculture will cause starvation in the U.S. Last week, in Bertie McCormick's Chicago bailiwick, the two joined in an emotional spree, airing their fears in a joyous catharsis of rich gloom.

First to make headlines in his own news papers was Frank Gannett, who opened a National Food Conference which he said he had called at the request of Agriculture Department heads of 16 states. The program was perhaps the most concentrated collection...

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