THE PRESIDENCY: Active Anniversary

During the first five years of Franklin Roosevelt's regime, he ran the U. S. Government faster and more completely than any President before or since. In the year since the Court fight, the President may have seemed to have slackened his pace because other of the people's representatives have bestirred themselves. But last week, of the 113,014 Federal employes in Washington, he alone made practically all the news. Renewing his contact with the electorate by radio, addressing Congress for the first time on Recession, communicating unconventionally with the House & Senate tax committees,...

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