THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Aug. 18, 1924

THE PRESIDENCY

Mr. Coolidge's Week

¶ The President furbished his speech accepting the Republican nomination, and was reported to have abbreviated it in part by cutting out some of the minor issues.

¶ President Coolidge formally accepted the resignation of Charles B. Warren, retiring Ambassador to Mexico (TIME, Aug. 11), in a letter to that gentleman, saying: "You have solved many of the perplexing questions, and especially have provided for the protection of American life and American property and the settlement of disputed claims. I feel certain that you will look back...

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