National Affairs: Mrs. Harding

" The President always listens to Mrs. Harding when either his personal or political affairs are concerned. She shares his life in a fuller, deeper, and wider measure than do the wives of most public men. She has played a larger part in bringing her husband to his present eminence than is commonly suspected; but persons who have been about Mrs. Harding through the years know it and take the circumstances into account. It makes Mrs. Harding a factor and a figure in considering the probable course of public affairs."—Edward G. Lowry in...

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