National Affairs: Points

Moses had a ten-point program for fixing up his part of the world. Woodrow Wilson had 14. Governor La Follette has five and Fulgencio Batista has 20 (see p. 24). Numerically pretty close to the average, therefore, is the eleven-pointer Herbert Hoover has evolved.

Having recently returned from a fact-finding tour of Europe, having made four speeches in four cities in six weeks, last week busy Mr. Hoover stopped off at a grassroots Republican Convention in Oklahoma City to sum up his proposals for getting the country on the road toward a "system of...

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