National Affairs: Southern Push

Last week's Republican strategy was to fire big guns toward the South.

Nominee Curtis went to Raleigh, N. C., Martinsburg, West Va., and Wilmington, Del. Prohibition was his burden, immigration his refrain. He next entered New Jersey. If Democrats had been annoyed by Nominee Hoover's refusal to acknowledge Nominee Smith's presence in the campaign, Nominee Curtis made amends. He referred to "the dear Governor" and to "the gentleman from New York who thinks he is running for President on the Democratic ticket." The further Curtis itinerary lay through Connecticut, Massachusetts, upper New York, western...

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