REPUBLICANS: The Voice of Opposition

For 53 days the Voice, harsh, flat and earnest, had dinned from railroad sidings, auditoriums, all around the radio dial. It did not stop until Nov. 5. There, according to convention, it should have stopped for good, since a majority of the voters voted for a golden voice instead. But the election, far from striking the Voice dumb, gave it new inspiration.

The defeated candidate had something to say not only to the 21,900,000 people who had voted for him but to those who had turned him down. Since the election, he had...

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