THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Jul. 4, 1927

¶What with cool weather, plentiful rains, promising crops and the honor of the President's visit, northwestern farmers, cheered, encouraged, no longer plan to name their children after Senator McNary and Congressman Haugen. So, at least, many a caller has assured the President. Onetime (1919-23) Governor Samuel R. McKelvie of Nebraska, overnight guest at the State Lodge, stated that most Nebraska farmers frown upon farm relief of the McNary-Haugen type, (i.e., with a price-fixing feature) but are open-armed toward extension of co-operative marketing and liberal financing arrangements (such as the Administration is expected...

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