A President on the Mob Spirit

July 1943
New Republic;7/26/43, Vol. 109 Issue 4, p96
Presents a speech of the U.S. President on issues related to the integrity and character of the nation. Justification of mobs actions of violence and the duty of the U.S. government; Relationship of Germany with Lynchers; Claim by the U.S. government to become the champions of democracy; Acceptance of people as democratic who stay away from violence.


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