Hell Bent for Election Author:James P. Warburg As we approach the Presidential election of November, 1936, it is well for us to take stock of our present situation and to begin to make up our minds whether we want to continue along our present course -- or change it. — Never in the history of our country has it been so necessary for every citizen to exercise intelligently the rights of citize... more »nship.
Our country is faced with a crisis more serious than any mere "depression.
It is face by a question more basic than unemployment or low prices or heavy debts.
...I speak as one who had but little sympathy with the Hoover administration; as one who in early 1933 had great hopes of what Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New deal might bring to our distressed country, and as one who, after devoting no little time and sincere if ineffective effort towards the realization of these hopes, now feels not only disillusioned but convinced that the present administration is doing more harm than good...« less