National Affairs: Candidate Coolidge

Mr. Coolidge in his speech accepting the Republican nomination, gave first a condensed review of conditions as they existed in 1921. This he followed with a rehearsal of the same matters as they appear in 1924, then he turned to a more detailed discussion of specific issues.

Notification. "Deeply conscious of the high honor it [the Party] confers and the responsibility it imposes, I accept its nomination for President of the United States. . . ."

Conditions in 1921. "It is easy to forget, but the impression which the condition of our country in March,...

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