THE PRESIDENCY: Half Way

The Cabinet took to the radio. Rev. Charles Edward Coughlin took to the radio. Mrs. Roosevelt took to pencil and paper. The President said he was "too busy" for any observance, except to attend evensong at Washington Cathedral. Thus last week Franklin Delano Roosevelt completed his second year as President of the U. S.

Mrs. Roosevelt and the pastor of Detroit's Shrine of the Little Flower drew different conclusions as to the worth of the Roosevelt Administration at the halfway mark. "The big achievement of the last two years is the great change...

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