Franklin Roosevelt, who not only knows how to make headlines but how to
take the headline away from the other fellow, had the tables turned on
himand by the Japs. When a Japanese submarine shot at an oil
refinery near Santa Barbara during the President's radio talk to the
nation (TIME, March 2), the U.S. press gave the sub headline #1, the
President's speech headline #2.
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