National Affairs: Custer Park

President Coolidge let it be known last week that Custer Park, S. D., had been chosen for his summer vacation. At once observers began to drape his choice with political significances. They pointed out that the decision had followed visits from Senator Peter Norbeck of South Dakota, self styled "Roosevelt Republican" and no intimate of the Old Guard.

Politically speaking, indeed, President Coolidge will be traveling "Out Where the Blues Begin." Most South Dakotans are farmers, most farmers are disgruntled, most disgruntled among farmers are the farmers of South Dakota. From neighboring Nebraska...

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