National Affairs: Granite State

Toward the close of a meeting of the New England Council in Boston some weeks ago, up rose big, bald, beaked Milan A. Dickinson. He asked to speak, not as chairman of the Council's New Hampshire division, but as chairman of that State's press-badgered Recess Tax Commission which had tried and failed to introduce a State income tax. Said he, looking wickedly at the press table: "Nearly every paper in our State has preached as a cure-all for many of our ills—Economy. . . . Now I want to offer them the opportunity...

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