Washington Notes

T. R. B.
March 1927
New Republic;3/30/27, Vol. 50 Issue 643, p168
Presents information on several political developments in the U.S. Discussion on the reasons behind U.S. president Calvin Coolidge's taking his vacation in the West; Media publicity around this visit; Response of farmers to this plan of visit; Discussion on the activities of the Governor Frank Lowden after the veto of the McNary-Haugen bill; Discussion on the possibilities about renomination of Coolidge in the face of Lowden's activities; Assumption on resignations by Frank Kellogs, U.S. Secretary of state, from his office.


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