National Affairs: Booms

President Coolidge. The Republican National Committee waited on President Coolidge at the White House. Would he "choose" again?

The President read his guests a speech on Republican family matters. Then he read a postscript. The postscript said:

"This is naturally the time to be planning for the future. The party will soon place in nomination its candidate to succeed me.

"To give time for mature deliberation, I stated to the country on Aug. 2 that I do not choose to run for President in 1928. My statement stands. No one should...

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