National Affairs: In Pennsylvania

For feinting and footwork, a good boxing match is not a patch upon a national political campaign. Both parties have feinted several times already—the G. O. P. in the South, the Democrats in New England and the Midwest. Last week, biggest feint of the season, National Democratic Chairman Raskob visited that keystone of the Republican arch, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania has not gone Democratic since the Civil War. It gave Hughes 200,000 plurality over Wilson, Harding 700,000 over Cox, Coolidge almost a million over Davis. Nevertheless, Mr. Raskob held happy conclave with Philadelphia Democrats and,...

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