FARMERS: McKelvie v. Lowden

Members of the Rotary Club of Rapid City, S. Dak., took luncheon seats one day last week, waited expectantly for onetime Governor Samuel McKelvie of Nebraska to address them on the topic of the beauty of the Black Hills. But Mr. McKelvie gave no beauty talk. Instead, he assailed onetime (1917-21) Governor Frank O. Lowden of Illinois for telling farmers that such federal organizations as the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal Reserve Banks were examples of what the government might, if so inclined, do...

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