National Affairs: Curtis v. Brown?

A regular attendant at Cabinet meetings, by the courtesy of President Hoover, is Vice President Charles Curtis. At last week's gathering he might well have eyed Postmaster General Walter Folger Brown with speculation if not suspicion. Was " General" Brown trying to get the Vice-Presidency away from him in 1932? Mr. Curtis wondered. Were " General" Brown's friends already working to this end? Mr. Curtis had heard as much. Did President Hoover, as a candidate for renomination, favor such a shift of running mates? Mr....

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