National Affairs: La Follette's Magazine

The suggestion recently was bandied about that President Harding should have a press agent. If Senator La Follette should ever become President, he, at least, would not lack one—for he has La Follette's Magazine. Over its pages he spreads half a dozen articles or so in .each monthly issue, and beneath each and every one of these appears his signa-ture—large enough for President Harding to read without spectacles.

The name of La Follette is all in all to the magazine. Robert M. La Follette is its editor....

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