Partisans and Patriots

September 1935
America;9/7/1935, Vol. 53 Issue 22, p507
The author discusses a speech presented by the president of the U.S. on August 24, 1935 during the Young Democratic Clubs convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, which deals with political partisanship. The president reportedly used the opportunity to address the youth of the country about the policies he tried to establish. He also reportedly pointed out the contrasts which he drew between social and economic conditions in the country.


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