PROHIBITION: Hearst on Treason

To William Randolph Hearst, publisher extraordinary, retired politician, the Brooklyn, N. Y., Daily Eagle (Independent), popped these questions: "Whom will you support for President and what issues will determine the election?"

Mr. Hearst's own 26 newspapers had given no clear reflection of his stand because in different cities different stands are needed to please different groups of readers. Mr. Hearst used to be a Democrat. But ever since he was publicly tongue-lashed by Alfred Emanuel Smith in their celebrated quarrel of 1919, et seq., the G. O. P. has grown in Hearst favor. Before the nominating conventions this year, the...

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