HEROES: Twelve Years After

The political pickpockets who preyed upon the 20th President have yet to recruit a Warren G. Harding Foundation.* No body of nostalgic businessmen has so far formed a Calvin Coolidge Foundation. But the bosoms of thousands of professing political idealists burned last week with memories of the passionate philosopher who guided the nation from 1913 to 1921. Ten years after Thomas Woodrow Wilson's death, twelve years after he had been taken from the White House dying from heartbreak and other diseases, Woodrow Wilson Clubs foregathered in 124 U. S. towns and cities...

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