"I Am Not a Candidate"
This week, passing through Chicago on his way home to Stanford University from a campaign trip in the East, Herbert Hoover paused to issue a statement, his first on the subject of his candidacy for 1936. Excerpt:
"It should be evident by this time that
I am not a candidate. I have stated many times that I have no interest but to get these critical issues before the country. I have rigidly prevented my friends from setting up any organization and from presenting my name in any primary or to...