POLITICAL NOTES: Dec. 3, 1923

POLITICAL NOTES

One of the advantages of a republican form of Government is that no man need deny himself the pleasure of being in politics if he will dub himself a third party.

In Chicago, J. A. H. Hopkins of Manhattan, who styles himself " Chairman of the Committee of 48," held a conference of a party without a name. A convention was called to meet in St. Paul on May 30, 1924, for all those who object to " special privilege "—the question of a name to be taken up later.

In Omaha, Roy...

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