National Affairs: A Public Character

For the first time since March 4, Citizen Calvin Coolidge returned to the Washington news spotlight. He enjoyed the experience immensely. From Northamp ton to the capital he had journeyed over night to attend the White House promul gation of the General Treaty for the Renunciation of War, creature of his own administration (see col. 1). Observers studied him sharply for changes, found that he talked more freely, smiled more benignly, looked a little less plump, a little less wrinkled about the eyes than when he had...

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