Government by Tom, Ben and Harry

July 1938
Saturday Evening Post;79/1938, Vol. 211 Issue 2, p22
Presents views on the selection of Harry Hopkins as adviser by U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1938. Credibility of Hopkins for the position.


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