Many a partisan not directly connected with the conduct of the presidential campaign last week added his clamor to the final din throughout the land. ¶ At Gloucester, N. J. Clyde W. Briggs put a Roosevelt picture in his front window. A brick smashed window and picture. Clyde W. Briggs replaced both. A second brick was hurled. To postal authorities he carried a letter threatening his life. Said he: "I'm going to vote for Roosevelt if it kills me."

¶ From Akron, Harvey Samuel Firestone appealed by radio: ''We don't need a...

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