National Affairs: Worker Willebrandt

"Food won the war; but it means getting loyalty and co-operation from every kitchen. . . .

"Do you remember meatless days? So, too, we can have cocktail-less parties. You may say that was war-time sacrifice, and the average citizen won't sacrifice his desires in peace times. Of course, peace patriotism is harder, but it is not impossible.

"Herbert Hoover carries no timidity of defeat in his heart. He has the amazing spiritual leadership to make each law-abiding household want to do its bit. Governor Smith says it can't be done. With Herbert Hoover...

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