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(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.)
(Administrative set-up) (Bituminous Coal Commission) (F.D.R.'s gov't reorganization) (Clinkers) (To Senator Rush D. Holt, with all good wishes.)
"Garner is unfair to Roosevelt." (F.D.R. for 3rd term) (Ickes)
(Big Business) (Five Billion) (F.D.R.)
(Third term talk) (F.D.R.)

5. Sphinx

(We'd Like to Help Too, Mr. Guffey.) (F.D.R. 1st term) ("Canceled by the Supreme Court") (F.D.R. 2nd term) ("Canceled by the tories") (F.D.R. 3rd term) (To Senator Holt with kindest regards, Bruce Russell)
(As getting up time approaches.) "I'm in favor of setting the alarm forward four years." "Why not eight more?" "Or twelve?" "Or sixteen?" (2-Term precedent) (Soft New Deal Jobs)
(Mr. Farley tests a trial balloon with trailers.) (Roosevelt 3rd term) (If drafted) (In national emergency) (Daily bread highway) (Tax payer) (Tax collector) (Tax collector) (Tax bill) (Tax collector) (Bill) (Tax Collector) (Tax bill)
(1928 Anti-third term resolution) "That's it, take that thing down." (Barkley) (Pork) (Harrison)  (King)  (Pittman) (3rd term campaign plan) (Pork) (McKellar) (Patronage) (Wagner) (Pork) (Neely) (Patronage) (Appointments) (Sheppard) (Pork) (Ashurst) (3rd term campaign plans)
"Third term--no third term--third term--no third term" "If he would just decide on which daisy!" "Maybe it's the 1940th!" (Wallace boom) (Garner boom) (F.D.R.)
(Maybe It Will Break the Silence.) (Labor Headache) (Lewis) (Third term Sphinx) (Green) (For New Deal) (Farley)
"Tommy, find out who this guy Macauley is and take his patronage away." (President raps Macaulay philosophy.  Roanoke Island, N.C. Aug. 18.) (Corcoran) (James A. Farley, Chairman Democratic National Committee.)
(Wary) (White House Correspondents) (Politicians) (Public) (Third Term Decision)

13. Wary

(Sprouting again) "Hm-m" (Third term talk) (U.S. public) (Two term precedent)
(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.)
(Fools' Gold) "If this thing pans out the way I want it to, Uncle will soon get rid of those patches!" (The Depression) (The unemployed millions) (F.D.R.) (Blood-soaked profits) (Repeal of the arms-embargo) (The bloody stream of war)  
(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.)
(Is she a relic of horse and buggy days?) (Washington's two term precedent) (Jefferson's third term opposition) (Grant's third term ambition) (Theodore Roosevelt's third term candidacy) (Woodrow Wilson's third term desire) ("I do not choose to run" Cal Coolidge) (Anti 3rd term tradition) (Political recipes) (Dunce cap) (Roosevelt's third term question) (To Senator Rush D. Holt with my compliments, Fred O. Seibel) (Richmond Times-Dispatch -- July 9, 1940)