A Speech

The President journeyed to Manhattan, addressed the annual luncheon of the Associated Press.


Of the scandal disclosures in Washington. "The encouraging thing at present is the evidence of a well-nigh complete return to normal methods of action, and a sane public opinion."

Of public expenditures. "The country as a whole is demanding with great vigor every possible relief from the burden of every unnecessary public expenditure. Yet notwithstanding this, minority groups of one kind or another, and organizations, some-times almost nation-wide in their ramifications, are making...

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