Justified Pessimism

March 1943
New Republic;3/8/43, Vol. 108 Issue 10, p316
Focuses on the pessimism that broods over Washington. Information about the revolt of Congress against the U.S. President, labor and bureaucrats; Reports that if presidential policies are repudiated at mid-term and a hostile party takes over, the President must keep office till his term expires; Comments on absenteeism; Announcement of specific, idealistic post-war aims that would help U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Congress.


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