The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 73, July 1969 - April, 1970 Page: 325
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Peter Molyneaux and the New Deal 325
men of letters like Molyneaux. Thus, he reflected the dilemma of
conservatives who could not support the Republicans yet could
not agree with the New Deal after 1936. This fact explains Moly-
neaux's appeal to conservatives in the South and elsewhere. He
was a spokesman for this often inarticulate Democratic sentiment in
the South, which had never really wholeheartedly supported Franklin
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