If Among the innumerable host of Democrats who sit patiently at the feet of a Presidential nomination is a gentleman from New York.

"If I were President," said Senator Copeland, "I would call together a group of businessmen who understand conditions ... for the reestablishment of trade and the return of Happiness everywhere."

"So long as I have my voice," said Senator Copeland, "I shall never vote for anything but a defensive war. War is a dreadful thing."

"In the Senate, I made," said Senator

Copeland, "the first speech for the bonus, and if I...

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