THE PRESIDENCY: Mr. Coolidge's Week: Nov. 26, 1923

Mr. Coolidge's Week ¶ President Coolidge let it be known that he would support Secretary Mellon's plan for an appropriation of $28,500,000 to build revenue cutters and increase the Coast Guard to prevent rum smuggling. He received a delegation from the National Woman's party asking a Constitutional Amendment granting absolute legal equality to women.

¶Senator Lodge, Republican floor leader of the Senate, had lunch at the White House and remained for two hours discussing the prospects of tax reduction by the next Congress. THE PRESIDENCY

¶Mr. Coolidge wrote to the...

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