National Affairs: Unenthusiastic

Alfred Emanuel Smith last week announced that in each & every one of the men, Republican or Democratic, now suggested for P'residential nomination, "There is nothing ... to get very enthusiastic about." Said he: "The kind of a President that is needed . . . who would go in and clean up this mess, would be about as popular as Gillette at a barbers' convention."


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