Law: Attorney-General?

Dwight W. Morrow was a classmate of President Coolidge at Amherst (1895). He then attended Columbia Law School, made a brilliant record as a student, was honored with selection to the editorial board of the Columbia Law Review, and, after a varied but uniformly notable career in private practice, became a member of the banking firm of J. P. Morgan & Co.

Gossip is now heard on all sides that Mr. Morrow is soon to become a member of the President's Cabinet. If Mr. Mellon should retire as Secretary of the Treasury, which,...

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