Just before he was finally led off to jail last July, aged Albert Bacon Fall published some reminiscences of his bold, exciting years in Washington as President Harding's Secretary of the Interior (TIME, July 27). Among other things he took credit for ushering Herbert Hoover into national politics by getting him his job as Harding's Secretary of Commerce. Last week the public was apprised of more reminiscences of the Harding administration, this time by Harry Micajah Daugherty.* If Fall took a bitter pleasure in telling...

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