Franklin D. Roosevelt to Alexander Kirk (August 19, 1940)
Hyde Park, N. Y.,
August 19, 1940.
It is good, indeed, to get your letter -- and your "evaluation" of the situation conforms to my own thinking.
You will have read of my meeting with Mackenzie King on Saturday. A complete meeting of the minds is always satisfactory and, incidentally, both the American and Canadian programs are doing well.
My best wishes to you,
Alexander Kirk, Esq.,
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