Quotation by Sarah N. Cleghorn

...it has been a joy to live, at last, under an Administration which—stumbling forward and backward, colliding with all the habits of government, all the habits of business—has still endeavored to make the happiness of man, woman and child its chief consideration.
Sarah N. Cleghorn (1876–1959), U.S. author and social reformer. Threescore, Epilogue (1936).

Referring to the administration of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, which had begun in 1933 and would continue until his death in 1945.
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