THE CAMPAIGN: Slemp vs. Butler?

The Coolidge campaign—or what reports divine will be the Dawes campaign for Coolidge—had to conquer some difficulties in its organization before it could proceed calmly and coolly. There was a little disagreement among the mechanics, a scene in the President's private office when one of them almost went on strike.

The trouble came to a head following the Cleveland Convention. But the Convention was only its immediate cause. Its ultimate cause lay further back, in the selection by Mr. Coolidge of his political advisers. At the beginning,...

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