NEW YORK: For Job No. 3

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Next to the job of President who rules over all 48 United States, next to the job of Governor of New York who runs the affairs of the most populous and wealthy State, stands the No. 3 political job of the U. S., the job of managing 299 sq. mi. of territory whose importance to civilization has more than once been questioned. The importance of the job if not the bailiwick is undisputed.

It pays nominally $40,000, but because of economy, actually $22,500 a year— more than the U. S. pays...

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