National Affairs: Alaskan Dilemma

In departing from Alaska it was generally agreed that the President and the officers of the Cabinet who accompanied him had not found a definite solution for the Territory's problems. These problems are: too much interference from Washington and not enough regulation; too much capitalism and not enough capital. In each case it is very difficult to differentiate between the true and the false.

Governor Scott Cardelle Bone, formerly a prominent editor in Washington, D. C., and in Seattle, Wash., later Director of Publicity for the Republican National Committee, has definite ideas as...

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