National Affairs: Morrow v. Young?

"I appreciate highly the great honor. . . . I will accept . . . as soon as my public obligations already assumed have been discharged. . . . I will be a candidate in the Republican primary. . . . I will give my best to State and Nation. . . ."

Thus New Jersey's Dwight Whitney Morrow, Ambassador to Mexico, last week formally accepting the U. S. Senate seat to which he will return from the London naval conference (TIME, Dec. 9). The day before, 50 potent New Jersey Republicans had met at Orange, formed the "Morrow-for-President-in-1936 Club."...

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