National Affairs: P. 5., P. P. S.

Nominee Hoover found it necessary to add postscripts to his Tennessee speech of the week previous.

He had said: "I do not favor any general extension of the Federal Government into the operation of business in competition with its citizens. . . . There are local instances where the Government must enter the business field as a by-product of some great major purpose, such as improvement in navigation, flood control, scientific research or national defense."

A "local instance" not far from where the Nominee was speaking was the Federal power-and-nitrate...

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