THE PRESIDENCY: Man of Letters

By last week, the list of Franklin Roosevelt's forthcoming literary works had begun to assume the proportions of Dr. Eliot's five-foot shelf. Announced last summer were the President's State Papers, edited by Judge Samuel Rosenman, in five volumes. Three weeks ago, the President announced sale of the prefaces to the Papers to Liberty Magazine, of notes on the Papers to United Feature Syndicate. Last week, it developed that Liberty was also going to publish stenographic transcriptions of Presidential press conferences, also included in the State Papers. What total price the President received...

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