National Affairs: Political Notes: Apr. 14, 1923

Telegram from the Vice President of the United States to a citizen: " I believe the people will demand the renomination and re-election of President Harding because of the great record of accomplishment of his leadership. I have no announcement to make at this time of my own plans for the future."

Forty Congressmen, mostly from the West, who have not forgotten the name of Roosevelt, want the present Assistant Secretary of the Navy to be the next Vice President. One of the arguments against Calvin Coolidge...

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