Under the auspices of the Political Science Department, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr. delivered an informal lecture on "The Current Campaign and the Future of the Democratic Party."  A former United States Congressman from New York's 20th district and an Undersecretary of Commerce in the Kennedy administration, Roosevelt was highly critical of the performance to date of President Nixon, and he urged all members of the college community to make sure all registered Democrats got to the polls on November 7.  "Mr. Roosevelt," Susan Hassler '76 observed in The Miscellany News, "exhibiting much of the Roosevelt rapport made famous by his father, gave a good talk to a small, interested audience, on a subject which at this point in time evokes only a sigh or a shudder from many."