THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Aug. 1, 1927

¶ Visitor after visitor to Custer Park has given assurance that farmers are not anti-Administration, are not set upon the passage of the McNary-Haugen bill or its equivalent. Last week came a minority report. Mayor Fred H. Hunter of Des Moines, Iowa, member of a group of State Lodge visitors assured newspapermen that farmers are more McNary-Haugenish than ever and would give the President a "grudging" vote should he be renominated.

¶ The President held in his hand a solid gold paper knife, the handle of which...

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