STATES & CITIES: Governors' Conference

When governors meet, high talk of State's Rights is inevitable. Much such talk was heard last week in Salt Lake City where 23 Governors and seven Governors' proxies were assembled for what has become an annual meeting. State's Rights in public domain, in prison-made labor, in Prohibition enforcement were the themes. Governor Franklin Delano Roosevelt of New York, who always tries to have something new and notable to say, shifted the talk to Federal Responsibility—made a speech to the effect that the U. S. must...

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