I've had the school of hard knocks, and I've worked my way up to be the governor of this great state of Connecticut.
Meeting all walks of life, it broadened your horizons, let's say that.
The 1930s had been a time of tremendous economic distress. And the unemployment rate was enormously high by any historic standard.
I've never professed to be an intellectual. I don't try to be.
It's kind of a terrible irony, in a way, that the solution to America's problems was World War II.