A Campaign Argument

The following is the complete text of an editorial published by the Republican

Herald-Tribune of Manhattan:

THE 1924 CHOICE

"A vote for LaFollette is a vote for Bryan.

"A vote for Davis is a vote for Bryan.

"A vote for Coolidge is a vote for Coolidge."

This is a striking presentation of an argument that is being used in many parts of the country, especially in the East. It is being used by both major parties. The Democratic version of it is:

"A vote for LaFollette is a vote for throwing the election into...

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