National Affairs: Great Sport

Thomas D. Campbell of Hardin, Mont., was a welcome White House caller. He, farmer on the largest scale in the U. S., assured President Coolidge that the farm "crusade" (see p. 13) was an unjust political ruse and fiction. . . . Ambassador Dwight Whitney Morrow was an interesting White House caller. The President passed a whole day hearing about Mexico. He called in Secretary of State Kellogg to hear too. . . . Vice President Dawes was an entertaining White House caller. He accompanied 15 other Republican notables to a Coolidge breakfast and made great sport of small-eyed Senator Watson...

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