For almost a year Herbert Clark Hoover has been President of the U. S. He has gotten the "feel" of his job. Upon him, a sensitive man, has pounded the customary criticism of politics. He has been roundly flayed as well as praised for appointing one commission after another to investigate controversial questions. He has been flayed because his stand on Prohibition was too Dry or too Wet, because he would not deal strongly enough with Congress on tariff rates, because he dealt too strongly with Congress...

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