Political Notes: Sep. 17, 1923

William G. McAdoo is a candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination in 1924, but he is not the man in the moon. In the East especially he has been faced by a strenuous dislike of his management of the nation's railroads during the War. In a letter to Senator Couzens, of Michigan, he set forth his defense as Director General of the railroads:

"Although I was Director General for only one year, 1918, and was succeeded by Walker D. Hines, who ran the roads for 14 months after I...

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