THE CABINET: Colonel's Report

Doubtless, by this time, enough has been said concerning Col. Carmi Alderman Thompson, rotund Personal Representative of President Coolidge, to make him a public character. He spent three months in the Philippines; he used two more going and coming. He compiled a report. It was not until last week that Colonel Thompson's report was given to the public. President Coolidge, having pondered thereon for a fortnight, despatched the report to Congress.

Important recommendations of the Colonel who left his Cleveland home to ferret out Filipino needs:

No Independence. The granting of absolute independence...

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