National Affairs: Young Republicans

In the big, airy ballroom on the tenth floor of Washington's New Willard Hotel assembled for two days last week some 400 men and women. A few were Negro. Many were young. All were Republican. They had been called together by energetic Robert Hendry Lucas, executive director of the Republican National Committee, for a party "fight talk." They nominally paid their own expenses from every State in the Union to be inculcated with the Hoover brand of Republicanism. As a matter of practical politics, their rally marked the Republican National Committee's first mass...

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