FARMERS: Still Embattled'

Ever since President Coolidge picked South Dakota for his vacation, reports from his summer White House have suggested that farmers are not really vexed over the question of farm relief and that the McNary-Haugen bill will not be a major issue in the next campaign. At St. Paul, last week, was offered evidence that the farmers are still "embattled farmers," and that they are standing squarely, rigidly, on the principles of the vetoed farm relief measure. For delegates to the Northwestern Agricultural Conference called the President's McNary-Haugen veto a repudiation of...

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