National Affairs: Expression

At the 38th annual Lincoln Day dinner of the National Republican Club, at the Waldorf-Astoria in Manhattan, President Coolidge expressed himself on Government policies at such length as he has done only once before, in his message to Congress. The Lincoln Day address was fittingly called the opening attack of his campaign for nomination. As such it contained a more extensive explanation of the reasons which have prompted his policies than any previous declaration. Extracts:

"Mr. Chairman: One hundred and fifteen years ago today Abraham Lincoln was born. To me the greatness...

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