National Affairs: Campaign Notes

¶Frank R. Kent, able Democrnk, wrote for the Baltimore Sun: "Beyond compare, this flaming old man [Senator LaFollette] and his two attractive sons present the one dramatic, colorful spectacle of the campaign; and the fight they make surpasses in ardor anything of which the others are capable."

¶Chauncey M. Depew, onetime ubiquitous, silver-tongued herald of the Republican Party, said (of Coolidge) : "His own platform and his own campaign" ; (of Lieutenant Colonel Theodore Roosevelt) : "The same sound timber in the son as in the honored sire."

¶Bainbridge Colby, Secretary of State under Woodrow...

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