National Affairs: A Ballyhoo Man

In a speech in Boston Secretary of Labor Davis declared: "President Harding is probably the poorest advertiser in the United States today. The smallest corner grocer in Boston could undoubtedly give him a big handicap and then beat him at the game of getting himself sold to the public. This is not the time of our old and respected friend, Theodore Roosevelt, who had the faculty of letting folks know what he was doing and how fast he was doing it."

Some of Mr. Harding's vacation friends have suggested (in all seriousness) that he...

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