National Affairs: Plan for CAA

Last week Mr. Roosevelt suddenly looked up from World War II. For the first time in many months, he was concerned enough to be angry about a domestic matter. His jaw jutted up & out. His voice rang with its old, terrible certainty that he was right and a great many other people were wrong. He announced that ignorance, gullibility or politics moved those who differed with him on the matter at hand. He repeated: ignorance, gullibility, politics. He said that he was being frightfully polite when he called some of his opponents "well-intentioned...

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