January 21 - Editorial - The Socialist Vote, by George Lorimer
A remarkable and, in a sense, unexplained feature of last November's political overturn was the meagerness of the Socialist vote. According to last available figures, it was less than 900,000, or the smallest percentage of the total vote cast in 32 years. (pg. 20)
Comment: This editorial proves that the people at the time didn't indicate by their votes that they wanted Socialism as a fix for the nation's problems, even though we shall see that Franklin Delano Roosevelt, FDR for short, and his circle of power were Socialists with a secret Socialist agenda.