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National Affairs: Contumely

Professor Irving Fisher of Yale in a. recent speech at East Liverpool, 0., recounted a conversation with the late President Harding during the political...

National Affairs: The Reaper

It was in many respects a merry party, a party at least filled with expectation of pleasant times to come, which set out from the White House for Alaska two...

Milestones, Nov. 11, 1974

Died. Harry Kalven Jr., 60, University of Chicago law professor who, with Colleague Hans Zeisel, wrote The American Jury, a definitive and laudatory tome on...

POLITICAL NOTES: In Memoriam

Recalling the time five years ago when Senator Warren Gamaliel Harding was inaugurated as President of the U. S., when Charles E. Hughes, Andrew W. Mellon,...

Political Notes: Oct. 22, 1923

Attorney General Daugherty called newspapermen about him for the first regular press conference at his Department in eleven months. Mr. Daugherty, whose deep...

THE PRESIDENCY: Anabasis

Forth from the White House followed by innumerable attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Warren G. Harding set out on a 1,500 mile journey to Alaska and return. A seven...

Political Notes: Oct. 8, 1923

In a letter President Wilson recently referred to Senator Shields of Tennessee as " one of the least trustworthy of my professed supporters " (TIME, Oct. 1)...

CHINA: A Tribute

A monument to the late U. S. President. Warren G. Harding, whose friendship for China and world peace was proved by his calling the Washington Conference,...

National Affairs: Tribute

In the Hall of the House of Representatives, a great assemblage paid final tribute to Warren G. Harding. At a joint session of the House and Senate, with the...

U.S. At War: Changing the Guard

His job was to guard the lives of Woodrow Wilson, Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, Franklin D. Roosevelt. So, for 29 years, Colonel Edmund...

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