Letters: Hearst & Coolidge

Sirs: In a footnote in your quotations from President Coolidge's address before the Pan-Amer- ican Congress, are these words, "A scarcely disguised rebuke to the suspicion-fomenting lie-circulating Hearst press." I am no friend of that slavering, slobbering, unintellectual and excuseless vulgarity known as the Hearst Press. But I hardly think President Coolidge's remarks were directed against the thirty-five odd" Hearst papers which have stood back of him as they have no President in more than a quarter of a century. The Hearst lies were directed against the Senators who oppose the Administration's...

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