National Affairs: Partisan

One morning last week, Manhattan Democrats arose, glanced as usual with real pleasure at their copy of the New York World. Knowing from experience that the World would let no day go by without chucking the Administration under the chin, they turned confidently to the editorial page, ran expectant gaze over a column captioned "Author! Author!" Could it be true? The opening paragraph ran, ". . . Mr. Coolidge really ought to think twice about making such a speech as he made Tuesday evening. Another speech like this one, and first thing Mr....

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