National Affairs: Campaign Footnoter

As a sort of campaign footnote to President Hoover's addresses of the week (see above), Vice President Charles Curtis took the stump for some of the speech-making he is not allowed while presiding over the Senate. Opening Delaware's Republican campaign at Wilmington last week, the Vice President warmly championed the Hawley-Smoot Tariff Act in an address which was a composite echo of all the Republican tariff speeches he had been forced to listen to during the nine months this measure was before the Senate. High point excerpt:

"I, for one, believe our country has...

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