April 1946
New Republic;4/15/46, Vol. 114 Issue 15, p520
Presents information on former U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Admiration and love of all civilized people won by Roosevelt; Statement that his death on the eve of atomic era, made his loss even more acute, his shinning goals more imperative of achievement; Observation on some of his qualities which made him successful; Appreciation of the domestic principles and policies laid by him.


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