Mr. Roosevelt's Supreme Test

West, George P.
February 1943
New Republic;2/8/43, Vol. 108 Issue 6, p170
Appreciates President Franklin D. Roosevelt as the only one who can speak and act for the democratic cause with enough power to give it a chance of prevailing. Need for a working and fighting coalition of democratic groups; Task to be assigned to the coalition to draw up a memorial to the president; Objectives which needs to be fulfilled by the memorial; Achievements of the president being the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces; Failures of Roosevelt's leadership on the political front.


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