National Affairs: Irate Boys

When President Coolidge settled back in his old green wicker rocker just before leaving White Pine Camp, and droned along for an hour or more, opening his heart to a curly-headed man with angelic eyes (TIME, Oct. 4); and when the angelic one, Publicist Bruce Barton, discoverer of a Man and of a Book that Nobody Knows, went forth and told The People all the homely facts that the President had revealed about himself, it seemed that nothing but good could come of it to every one. The President was apparently one of the most...

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