THE CAMPAIGN: Alarums & Excursions

The progress of another week's campaigning brought all candidates seven days nearer to the election.

¶ Calvin Coolidge sat tight and held his peace.

¶ Charles G. Dawes continued his tour from Duluth southward and westward through Minnesota, Iowa, Wyoming, Nebraska. He continued to hammer demagogery and the LaFollette proposal that Congress should have the power to override the Supreme Court. He exclaimed:

"If this is a man of straw, he has a pretty good punch. Don't tell me that this is not an issue. It is the whole issue. If it succeeds, it means...

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