THE CABINET: From New Hampshire

Geography means nothing to a New Englander. As far as he is concerned, Idaho may or may not be on the Pacific coast, and Wisconsin may be north of Michigan, or again it may not. So apparently in the choice of an Attorney General, other considerations weighed more with President Coolidge than that the man should be a Westerner and ? Progressive.

To be sure, Judge Kenyon of Iowa measured up to the specification of Westerner and Progressive. Republican Senators, with the coming campaign in mind, were not slow in urging Judge Kenyon's appointment....

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