National Affairs: Mr. Walker

The night that Nominee Smith denounced Whispering at Oklahoma City, Nominee Smith's slim, trig, glib little lieutenant, Mayor James John Walker of New York City, motored under the Hudson River to Newark, N. J. From the platform occupied four nights earlier by Nominee Hoover, came a speech in which Mayor Walker incorporated the following remarks:

"I don't feel like splurging the Republican candidate with the responsibility for the whispering, bigoted campaign that is carried on in contradiction to the Declaration of Independence, but there are men in this country who would refuse to be...

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