CAMPAIGNS: Grand Old Party

(see front cover) One of the two oldtime political parties, between which there is not, yet is, a great difference, was about to nominate a man for the U. S. Presidency. The vortex of the event was in the Midwestern flatlands. The result would work no immediately perceptible change in the day-to-day life of millions and millions of citizens. The result would be a headline in the newspapers, a shout across-lots, a word by radio, to the vague majority.

Meantime, keyed to the vortices of Presidential elections are the individuals involved or...

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