THE CABINET: The President's Choice

President Coolidge picked a successor to Colonel George Harvey, Ambassador to Great Britain. In picking his man, the President went far afield. He chose one from the home state of Magnus Johnson and the Farmer-Laborites. And he chose their political enemy, Frank Billings Kellogg.

It was known that the President wanted a Westerner for the post. Former Governor Frank 0. Lowden of Illinois (TIME, Oct. 15) was first sounded out but declined to consider the offer. Then Mr. Kellogg was chosen, and, although official announcement...

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