THE PRESIDENCY: Continental Solidarity

National defense, the subject foremost in President Roosevelt's mind since the elections, was pushed aside by him for a few minutes last week while he enunciated with icy deliberation the nation's considered opinion of Adolf Hitler & Co.'s super-pogrom (see p. 10). When he returned to national defense, it was with implied reference again to Adolf Hitler & Co. The possibility of the U. S. being air-raided, he said, had increased tremendously in five years. When asked if he had any particular air-raiders in mind, he told his questioner to reread the...

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