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At Detroit, Henry Ford issued a brief and homely statement. It was not an announcement that he would be a candidate for President. Yet it aroused many commentators to agree with Arthur Brisbane, who characteristically exclaimed: "It's the biggest political news you have read in a year or two."

Mr. Ford, in effect, said: "Coolidge is safe. He means to do right. Why change? Hold to a good man; don't disturb business. Get behind the President so that he won't have to waste his time fighting for reelection."

The simple manner in which Mr....

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