In a logorrheic swirl of speeches, talks, statements, challenges and replies Republican Nominee Alf Landon thrust halfway across the continent and all the way back from coast to coast last week on the last lap of what he calls "this battle to save our American System of Government."

Calling on New Mexicans at Albuquerque to rally in defense of their freedom, the Nominee proceeded to enumerate the liberties which Franklin Roosevelt proposed to destroy. They comprised the right to elect their own representatives, to talk politics on street corners, to march in...

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