Franklin D. Roosevelt to Alexander Kirk (August 19, 1940)

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Hyde Park, N. Y.,
August 19, 1940.

Dear Alex:-

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,

Always sincerely,

Alexander Kirk, Esq.,
American Embassy,

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