THE PRESIDENCY: Across the Seas

The President is a diligent reader of the U. S. press. It is doubtful whether he scans the British press with equal thoroughness, doubtful therefore whether his eye lit on a passage in British papers saying:

"Panic has seized the Coolidge forces as a result of the primary contests in several states. The results have been symptomatic of a strong movement against the Administration in Washington."

Would the President's lip have curled? And would his eye have assumed a New England twinkle if he had also read:

"The Senators from the...

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