U.S. At War: Traveler's Report

The President had looked at America and found it good. When he made his report to the nation in a fireside chat this week, he was full of good spirits, of confidence in the future, of the pervading enthusiasm of a traveler who has seen a wondrous land.

Said Franklin Roosevelt: "The main thing that I observed on my trip ... is the plain fact that the American people are united as never before in their determination to do a good job and do it well.

"Whatever our individual circumstances or opportunities, we are all in it, and our spirit is good, and...

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