National Affairs: Shame v. Shame

The Chicago Bar Association prides itself on being nonpartisan in matters political. Last week it had invited Thomas D. Schall, Minnesota's blind Senator, bitterest enemy of Franklin D. Roosevelt, to address it at luncheon. Senator Schall launched into his favorite tirade against Roosevelt: the dictator, who has crushed free speech, free press, free broadcasting. He told how recently, after he had made a similar speech, a toast to the President had been proposed. Turning his sightless eyes on his lawyer listeners he cried:

"You may drink to him and you may drink with him, but you will have to be drunk before...

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