National Affairs: Political Notes: Sep. 3, 1923

Ohio, mother of Harding, Taft, McKinley, Benjamin Harrison, Garfield, Hayes, Grant, is the sponsor of two new booms for the Republican Presidential nomination in 1924. Senators Frank B. Willis and Simeon D. Fess are the objects of attention. Both have been Representatives, both are Senators, both were professors of history.

Samuel G. Blythe, whose Calm Review of a Calm Man (TIME, Aug. 13) appeared opportunely in The Saturday Evening Post as a tribute to President Harding just before he died, is in a fair way to have his...

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