Imaginary Interviews: Jun. 2, 1924

Henry Cabot Lodge, senior U. S. Senator from Massachusetts: "In a cartoon labeled 'I Hate All Presidents,' Rollin Kirby of The New York World pictured me pointing to a placard— MY ACHIEVEMENTS—which read: 'I struck down Woodrow Wilson, I stultified Warren Harding, I betrayed Calvin Coolidge.'"

Andrew W. Mellon, U. S. Secretary of the Treasury: "The Nation reviewed my book, Taxation: The People's Business. Said the reviewer: 'Mr. Mellon knows naught of economics and less of the shifting and incidence of taxation. His book omits a large part of the relevant facts, its...

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