Presidential Message

When excitement at Washington was at its apogee, last week, over the Nicaraguan situation (See p. 8) a sarcastic hope was voiced by Senator Reed (see above) that the President would not express himself concerning Nicaragua and Mexico exclusively through "The Spokesman of the White House," but would tell Congress unequivocally what was in his mind. After letting the Senators fulminate for a few days longer President Coolidge granted their wish. He caused to be read to the House and Senate a message which repeated over his...

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