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If Democrats can be made to see this as a likelihood, Huey Long will have something of value to sell to the Democratic convention in 1936 and if the Democrats refuse his price he can always sell to the Republicans. To date he has not showed himself a man hell-bent for election. He appears more like a man jockeying for position to drive a smart bargain. He is obviously still waiting for developments before he decides how he can best use the prestige of being the leader of a national movement. Meantime, he is working, as only he knows how, to enhance that prestige, to make himself a bigger & better Huey Long.