THE PRESIDENCY: The Coolidge Week: Dec. 3, 1928

It was a dull week for the President. At press conference on Tuesday he had next to nothing to say. This seemed too bad in view of the fact that there was present an unusual number of foreign correspondents, especially British—arrived in Washington to watch what Congress does about the Kellogg Treaty and the cruiser-building bill, and to get background for the inauguration of the Hoover regime. President Coolidge took the opportunity to explain to the foreigners that the reason he has the U. S. embassies abroad hand out copies of his...

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