Republican. The event of the week's campaign from the Republican standpoint was a speech by President Coolidge at Baltimore. It was not strictly a political speech. The occasion was the unveiling of a statue of Lafayette; but Mr. Coolidge digressed on the subject of American Liberty and presently came around to the Constitution. Mr. LaFollette's name was not mentioned; but the President thoroughly denounced the LaFollette proposal to allow Congress to override a Supreme Court decision that any law is unconstitutional. Said he: "No President, however powerful, and no majority of Congress,...

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