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                ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE                
November 20, 1934.
Dear Mr. President:
You may perhaps find of some interest the
enclosures, which please do not go to the trouble
of having returned to me.
Dr. Dodd's letter presents a rather dark
picture of what is going on in Germany. His 
proposed historical address points out, as he 
is much in the habit of doing, what a hard task 
it has been from ancient times until now to assure 
the mass of the people a fair measure of the good 
things of life.
In accordance with your suggestion, I have
talked at some length with Mr. Steinhardt and
shall have some further talk with Mr. Long and
am discussing with the Foreign Personnel Board
methods that may be employed for improving our
Service abroad.
With great respect and warm best wishes
for you always, I am
Yours very sincerely,
R. Walton Moore
Letter from Am-
bassador Dodd and 
copy of speech.
The President
The White House.
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