U.S. At War: Big Jim Leeps Swinging

Big Jim Keeps Swinging

Big Jim Farley, once chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, knows crowds love a fighter who stays in there swinging. Last week Jim Farley, waging a hot & heavy fight to make John J. Bennett the Democratic candidate for Governor of New York, never once stopped punching. Every day he aimed a new blow at Franklin Roosevelt's candidate, tall, toothy Senator Jim Mead.

¶ First Farley charged that Senator Mead, a 100% backer of Franklin Roosevelt's foreign policies on his Senate voting record, was in fact an...

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