National Affairs: At Columbus

On his first invasion of the region west of the Alleghanies, John W. Davis spoke to the State Democratic Convention at Columbus, Ohio. His subject was the acceptance speech of Mr. Coolidge, which he attacked from stem to stern. Extracts: "What is the issue that you bid me submit to the American people? I care not in what words we put it— honesty in Government, fidelity in administration, uprightness in the administration of the law, justice in the passage of legislation—it all comes, in the last resolve, to the question of party responsibility....

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