Letters, Feb. 17, 1936

Theodore & Franklin

Sirs: Right "slab dab" on the first page of TIME, Jan. 27, you ask the question, as to where the late "Teddy Roosevelt" would have stood on the "New Deal" well I am quite sure that he would stand just where, The President is standing, or something so near like it, that no one could tell them apart.

True the N.R.A. and The A.A.A. were thrown out by the Supreme Court, but like many great men, and things they gave most abundantly of themselves, to the American People, while they lived.

And any one who may have been under the impression...

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