National Affairs: Could not Lose

Arch Coleman is a quiet Quaker. Fifty-two and fair, he walks, hunts, fishes for diversion. He owned the City Coal Co. at Minneapolis until he was appointed postmaster there seven years ago. Last fortnight he thought he was going to move to Washington to sit in the House of Representatives. Last week he did find himself in Washington, sitting not at the Capitol in a mere Representative's seat but up in the Hoover sub-Cabinet. Helping hands at the White House had straightened out a bad political mess...

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