REPUBLICANS: Borah to His Tent?

Last week President Hoover paused in the midst of his labors for the national welfare to attend to his own political pepticity. From an abusive communication directed at him by his lone opponent for his party's Presidential nomination, onetime Senator Joseph Irwin France of Maryland, who bitterly proclaimed that President Hoover had caught him "off guard" by registering late in Maryland primary, thus winning the State's 16 convention votes, President Hoover could draw amusement rather than chagrin. If the President needed any further confirmation of his inevitable renomination at Chicago next fortnight, it came last week from Texas where...

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