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His physical record is amazing in the light of rumors that persisted even in 1932 after he had served four years as governor of New York and had plunged into a furious national campaign. He had no physical stamina, the whisper went; he was a weakling because of the infantile paralysis that had crippled him....
|Creator:||Marquis W. Childs (author)|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Location:||vol.29, no.5, pp.283-285|
|Keywords:||Diagnoses & Diseases; Doctors; Identity; Laws & Regulation; Media; Medical Professionals; Medicine; New Deal; Physical Disability; Polio; Politics|
|Funding Support Provided By:||Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute|