National Affairs: Hoover to The People

President Hoover does not like to make speeches to the People. Last week, however, he traveled some 2,000 mi. to address them on four occasions in five days. For the first 16 months of his term he was too preoccupied with Congress and new legislation to leave Washington. Later he was held close to his White House by the necessity of staffing the Federal machine with new appointments, directing drought relief. Now, with summer over and a congressional campaign coming on, he was moved to go to...

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