President Coolidge has cut out his autumn's work for himself. It is not the Power Trust. He will let that take care of itself or let Secretary West take care of it when the Insurgent Republicans and Democrats bring it to head. It is not Nominee Hoover's election. He will let the Nominee take care of that unless a fatherly fillip seems necessary in New York or somewhere. It is not the deficit, which is a comparatively simple departmental matter, considering its predicted size (94 millions on a total budget of 3.7...

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