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(The Fiery Cross Burns Again.) (Terrorism) (Right of free speech and free assembly.) (Hoodlums attack on Sen. Holt's Meetings.) (West Virginia)
(Turning from foreign to domestic policy.) (Make the world [America] safe for democracy!) (The United States Bee) (Communists Stage Rally to Incite Labor Unrest.  Democracy is ridiculed.) (German Bund Holds Meeting to Revile U.S.  Democracy is ridiculed as Bund Demands Protection of Free Speech.)  
(Do I feel a draft?) (Third term open question.) (Newspaper. "President Roosevelt will not seek a third term unless drafted." Jim Farley.) (To Senator Rush D. Holt with best wishes.  Paul Plaschke.)
(Among my souvenirs) (The big 1918 stack of red, white, and blue.) "Did I hear someone say: 'Take a hand'?" (I.O.U. England, France, Italy) (I.O.U. Russia, Austria) (To Senator Rush D. Holt with best wishes)
(Another problem boy becomes teacher's pet) (We love our teacher.--Dem machines) (New Deal) (Third term) (Federal investigation threats) (Harmony slate) (Third term indorsements by Dem. political machines) (Illinois Democrats)  
(Experts who know that nations don't have to be drawn into wars unless they want to be drawn in.) "Gentleman, there are people in Washington who act as if this country must inevitably be drawn into a european war - if there is one.  Will you please explain for their benefit, that it is quite possible to remain neutral, keep entirely out of the war and retain your own as well as the world's respect, even if the war is 4000 miles nearer than the U.S." (N.Y. Fair) (Norway) (Denmark) (Sweden) (Holland) (Swiss) (The highly respected war neutrals of 1914-1918.) (McCutcheon [signature]. Copyright 1939 by Chicago Tribune.) (To Senator Rush D. Holt with the best wishes of John T. McCutcheon.)
(Reorganization) (Gov't Expenses) (Spending) (To Senator Holt with best wishes.)
(Japanese Bombings) (Cholera) (China)
"Garner is unfair to Roosevelt." (F.D.R. for 3rd term) (Ickes)
(Big Business) (Five Billion) (F.D.R.)
(Europe) (Bullitt) (Congress) (Kennedy)
(Third term talk) (F.D.R.)

32. Sphinx

(Vermont) (Maine) (Conn.) (N.H.) (Mass.) (R.I.) (New England) (Farley)
(Harry Hopkins) (New Deal critics)
(Business) (New tax bill) (House)
(Lewis) (Green)
(Last Fall's Elections) (WPA cash) (Hopkins) (Congress) "That money was to last 'til March, Harry." "Well, we had to rush this project, Senator."
(Highlights of headline news.  News in the name with a slogan for fame.) ("Roosevelt for President, and for Vice-President Mr. Ickes, and no party can lick us.") (Yes [No] third term.) (Roosevelt must or Democratic Party bust.) ("Our young dignified U.S. Senator makes a dignified political poster.") (Raise High Our Leader's Third Term. [RHOLT acronym]) (Charles Levinson, 2450 Broadway N.Y.C., NY Dec. 31, 1939.)
(It would only add another bloody cross.) (The repeal of the arms-embargo) (American boys slaughtered "over there";  1939-19??) (American boys slaughtered "over there";  1917-1918)  
(For once the President is right!) (Boom!!  For prospective profits derived from the blood business) (U.S.) "Dear Uncle Sam--The refusal of the Senate to act at this session on neutrality has killed off a nice little business boom!  Yours Sincerely, F.D.R." (F.D.R.)