Texas Jesse

The Democratic Party, in the shape of its National Committee, went into the law courts. Facts in the case appear to be:

1) In June, 1924, one Harry Newman came to Manhattan from Ohio to conduct the Cox-for-President boom. After the Convention, he besought Robert W. Woolley, who had been engaged as Publicity Director for the party, to place all the campaign advertising through him. Mr. Woolley was "sold." Thereupon Newman went to Van Patten Inc., a recognized firm of advertising agents, got a job as Vice...

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