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Over the Wire

Neutrality Act May Be Evaded, Says Pepper

By United Press

CAMDEN, N. J.-A few hours after he accused President Roosevelt of "playing cheap politics with international affairs and the liberties of the people," Wendell L. Willkie charged tonight that the New Deal had accepted the Hitlerian premise "that ours is a dying way of life."

Asserting in a broadcast that "we are sick of the kind of one-man government that calls an ambassador of the United States "my ambassador"-an allusion to President Roosevelt's Boston speech-Willkie said that Mr. Roosevelt's associates in government were "the secret ballot behind the ballot that the third term candidate offers to the country."

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