National Affairs: Hopper

The Republican and Democratic Nominees for President travel in special trains, the Prohibitionist in a lower berth, the Socialist in an upper berth, the Communist in a day coach and the Socialist Laborite in a second-hand Chevrolet. The Union Party candidate travels in airplanes. Since he, with Radiopriest Charles E. Coughlin's support, "nominated" himself last June, freckle-faced William Lemke has been to 33 States, has flown some 30,000 miles.

Nominee Lemke is the only third-party candidate who still talks as if he were going to win an election on Nov. 3. So he may,...

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