National Affairs: In Kansas

"When the first flush of candidacy is over, a fellow stops in his tracks and just wonders what it is all about. . . . Somehow it seems I'm just a short, fat, baldheaded man who has learned much in the last year and will learn a lot more in the next few weeks." Not all the campaign speeches of Editor William Allen White, self-nominated anti- Klan candidate for Governor of Kansas, have been as genial and mock-modest as this since he banged down his desktop last month, started taking $25 out of the till...

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