National Affairs: Best Since Lincoln

British advertising man, Sir Charles Higham, had many things to tell Londoners about "the United States today," her people who "have a child's heart and love to play and sing," and then, with a flourishing bow across the Atlantic, he said: "America has got the strongest President since Lincoln, and he will be re-elected on a Dry ticket, which will annoy the Wets more than ever."

This was a sharp correction of that part of the British press which had been intimating that the President was slipping.


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