National Affairs: Political Notes: Jun. 11, 1923

Keziah Duff of Lansing, Mich., told a banker in Wichita, Kan., that Edsel Ford told him that Henry Ford seriously planned to make a race for the Presidency in 1924.

Henry Ford, asked by reporters whether he would run for President, said: " I feel fine this morning. I arose early and rode horseback from six to seven."

"The two biggest national problems we have at this time," said Henry Ford, " are the railroads and the judiciary. The railroads should be under one head. Judges should have more pay."

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