National Affairs: Sunshine

When Franklin Roosevelt became President of the U. S. last year, Grace Goodhue Coolidge said: "We have cast aside political and sectional interest in a spirit of cooperation with our President and believe this spirit emanates from the whole people." Until last week that was the only political pronouncement the grey-eyed, gracious widow of Calvin Coolidge had made since his death. Last week before 1,500 applauding Massachusetts Republicans she appeared at Heaton Hall in swank Stockbridge to eulogize and hearten her State's Republican candidates, to predict for them a sweeping victory in next...

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