Republican Bull's-Eyes

October 1936
New Republic;10/28/1936, Vol. 88 Issue 1143, p338
Focuses on the speeches given by the U.S. Republican presidential candidates in the current campaign criticizing the Democratic administration. Information on Herbert Hoover's address in Philadelphia, attacking the government's finance policy; Details of the speech given by Governor Alfred M. Landon attacking the Social Security Act; Criticism of the relief program of the government by the Republicans.


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