National Affairs: Credit

Everybody works but Mother is a satirical song-hit yet to be written. But a panoramic catalog of material for the lyric has now been supplied by the prominent women of Chicago under the leadership of two McCormicks and Mrs. Joseph T. Bowen.

At the White House, Mrs. Coolidge pressed a button. On Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, flags unfurled, doors opened upon the Women's World Fair (TIME, Jan. 26).

Attention was first called to the radio voice of Calvin Coolidge, then to the visible evidence of women's work. It was proved that women engage in...

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