National Affairs: D.A.R.

Five thousand Daughters of the American Revolution met in Washington to hear speeches, elect officers, be entertained.

President Coolidge addressed them: "There is only one way in modern civilization ... to avoid the constant interposition of Government into practically all the affairs of the people and that is for the people to adopt a correct course of action. ... If they do not want government through public action, they must provide it through private action."

President-General Mrs. Anthony Wayne Cook addressed them: "It is only an absurdly small minority who live and disport themselves where...

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