As his own best campaigner President Hoover last week marched into doubtful Ohio, gave his Democratic critics a strong tongue-lashing at Cleveland, marched back to Washington all within 27 hours. His first speech fortnight ago at Des Moines had been temperately warm in its condemnation of his opponents and their political tactics. Speech No. 2 by Lake Erie's shore boiled and bubbled with hot personal indignation. President Hoover believes that Governor Roosevelt & henchmen are trying to steal the presidency from him with lies about his past and misrepresentations about his present....

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