REPUBLICANS: Hooverizing

The silence emanating from the Administration's busy beaverish heir and beneficiary became, as the hyperbolists said, almost deafening. Following his telegram of the acceptance to the G. 0. P. Convention, Nominee Hoover addressed no word to the U. S. electorate. He actively avoided contact with the nation's press. He shut himself in his big, bare office at the Department of Commerce. He left his chunky political secretary, George Akerson, onetime newsgatherer, to answer all questions. Newsmen remarked that this was but a continuation of the policy adopted by Secretary Hoover ever...

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