New York Governors


In your issue of April 30 on p. 10 there appears under the subtitle "Career" (i. e. of Alfred E. Smith) in the very first sentence two misstatements of fact, one a very minor matter but the other a little more serious. The sentence reads: "To have been Governor of New York longer than any other man and to have been re-elected invariably by the opposition's futile efforts to find flaws in one's record, is no mean achievement in itself."

In the first place Gov. Smith has not been Governor of New York state...

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