THE CABINET: Inventory

From quarters close to Mayor Frank Hague of Jersey City, than whom Alfred Emanuel Smith has few abler or more intimate lieutenants in his campaign for the Democratic nomination, came a report:

Just prior to the convention at Houston, Governor Smith will announce the Cabinet he would select if nominated and elected.

Should it happen, it would be a political thunderclap. Its boldness would be equalled only by the uncertainty of its effect, for it would be wholly unprecedented. Its folly would lie in staking much where nothing needs be staked; in prematurely...

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