National Affairs: State

To the New York State Republican Convention a speech was made by the Secretary of State.

As a political entity, he said: "You will search in vain for a more ideal Executive than President Coolidge. The American people have already indicated their determination to keep him where he is. ... Upon the farm, among the hills of Vermont, was nourished a life which knows the frugality, the industry, the treasuring of every opportunity for selfhelp, the pursuit of knowledge despite all difficulties, the fine aspirations and patriotic ideals of what we take delight in...

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