Hanna Curses Lodge and Roosevelt; Beveridge Curses the Preacher
Mr. H. H. Kohlsaat has been for thirty years a journalist, publisher, politician-behind-scenes. He has been one of the more engaging if less dynamic personalities in Chicago's rush toward eminence. Now he has written a book.* Charles Scribner, patrician publisher, is selling it by the thousands, although George Horace Lorimer had already printed most of it in the Saturday Evening Post.
Critics say it contains no political wisdom, but they have found a good story on every page.