Notes, Jan. 7, 1924

Aux Ecoutes, Paris periodical, said: "A most important political fact is in the act of being realized on the other side of the Atlantic. President Coolidge, with that coldness which characterizes him, is taking the political direction of the Republican Party into his own hands and not a single person of the Grand Old Party dares to lift a finger when he speaks. Despite the oratorical efforts of Hiram Johnson, the brawling, squalling California demagogue, Coolidge will be the Republican candidate at the next election. And no...

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