THE PRESIDENCY: The White House Week: Jan. 18, 1926

¶ The President chose to speak in a roundabout way to the Government of Mexico. Recently the Mexican Congress passed land laws which are believed to threaten American property rights in Mexico as guaranteed by existing treaties. President Calles however has not yet approved the bill. To correspondents assembled at the White House, President Coolidge intimated that of course the U. S. assumes that Mexico will live up to her treaties.

¶ President and Mrs. Coolidge attended for an hour the opening of the...

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