National Affairs: Talk

Comment on the Presidential campaign of 1928 has begun early, chiefly because of the possibility of a third term for President Coolidge. Last summer, every visitor at White Pine Camp was given a significance by the correspondents; in the autumn, much Coolidge and anti-Coolidge talk reverberated in state and congressional elections. Last week, Frank R. Kent, whose able pen pleases the Democratic readers of the Baltimore Sun, informed the sagaciously militant readers of the Nation that "the real business of this session of Congress is Presidential politics."

Then Mr. Kent plunged into the...

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