National Affairs: Strong-Minded Men

The uncertainty, if not the obscurity, into which sharp-witted Senator George Higgins Moses of New Hampshire was plunged directly after the Hoover nomination, persisted and persisted until last week. Senator Moses was the original Hoover-ite in the Senate. He was made permanent chairman of the Kansas City convention. He was widely discussed for the VicePresidential nomination. That was the Moses crescendo. After Senator Curtis was nominated, Senator Moses was widely predicted for Republican National Chairman. Then that title was given to Secretary of the Interior Work. Senator Moses was announced as Eastern manager for the...

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