National Affairs: Speech No. Five

Ten million loudspeakers had scarcely ceased quivering with Nominee Smith's remarks in Kentucky on the tariff (see page 9) than two days later Nominee Hoover set them reverberating again with further tariff talk at Boston.

Before lending attention to what the Democrat had said the Republican paid his respects to New England industriousness, to the importance of foreign trade, to the current administrations "measures to vigorously restore and expand" that trade, not omitting the Commerce Department's share in the work, with indirect reference to the Hoover...

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