Korea, corruption, and prosperity highlighted F.D.R., Jr.'s half-hour talk before a packed Stevenson rally in the Brattle Theatre last night. Speaking at the end of an eighty-minute rally sponsored by the Cambridge Volunteers for Stevenson, he called the Taft-Eisenhower meeting at Columbia University the "Munich of Morningside Heights" and referred to the Senator as "six-star General Taft."
Referring to Eisenhower, he charged he "knows less about the domestic problems facing the country than any other man the Republicans could have chosen to hide behind."
Roosevelt urged the placement of the last issues holding up the Korea peace talks before the U.N. General Assembly so that it would "place the Kremlin before the eyes of the world as not only having initiated the Korea conflict, but being responsible for its continuance." He is shown above (right) with Mrs. Reed Harwood (center) and Herbert Ehrman (left) at an early evening speaking engagement in Brookline.