Coolidge, Kellogg, Mellon, Hughes, Borah, Houghton. . . .
Superintendent McBride, Mrs. Willebrandt, Billy Sunday, Bishop Cannon, The Fellowship Forum, "Wizard" Evans, Senator Heflin, William Allen White, Mrs. Boole (W. C. T. U.). . . .
Moses, Good, Work, Smoot, Brookhart, Fess, Simmons, Johnson, Longworth, Wilbur, Jardine, Whiting, Sargent, both Cabinet Davises, Mr. Chief Justice Taft, Senator-suspect Vare, the Rockefellers, 'Legger Remus. . . .
They were a strangely assorted collection of campaigners, supporters and voting notables who worked, spoke, contributed and gestured for a common end. It should be remembered as perhaps the greatest coalition campaign in U. S. history, beginning with...