National Affairs: Rabbit Pie

Senator Magnus Johnson of Minnesota, of the great voice, was recently the object of the following narrative in the Hearst press:

"It is hard to be a radical even when you want to be one. Ask Magnus Johnson. He found himself at a big dinner in Washington the other night. Everybody was there. Near him sat Mr. Hoover, who isn't exactly a 'dirt farmer' radical, but spent a good deal of the evening with his arm around Magnus Johnson's shoulder. When Hoover removed that arm, it was to give President Coolidge a chance to put...

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