So Soon?

February 1937
Saturday Evening Post;2/6/1937, Vol. 209 Issue 32, p22
Reports on the political issues under the administration of former U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt. Assertion of the New Dealers, the liberals, about the president taking their side; Composition of the Democratic Party by two mutually opposed major groups; Administration and purposes of the president's program.


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