THE CABINET: Nobody's Sweetheart

When Harold Ickes is having a good rich, wrathful week probably every man, woman and child in the U.S. is against him; and even when things are dull there are always at least a few million people who are still burned up at his last crack.

Honest, fearless, tough and shrewd —and loyal to his boss — Harold Ickes long ago earned his post as dog robber to the New Deal. But he expanded this job, as he does all the jobs he can lay his hands on. For eight and a half years...

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