TITLE

Who's Who in Wisconsin

AUTHOR(S)
Robinson, Bevier
PUB. DATE
September 1926
SOURCE
Nation;9/8/1926, Vol. 123 Issue 3192, p220
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article throws light on the primary elections in Wisconsin. They will be held on September 7, 1926 and the office-seekers are making their final appeals to the voters, who have appeared somewhat unresponsive throughout the campaign. Probably not more than 50 per cent of those qualified to vote will take the trouble to do so. The political atmosphere is filled with accusations, insinuations, and recriminations, cries for lower taxes and demands for fewer State commissions. The question of farm relief has played little part in the present campaign. Diversified farming has to a great extent solved the farmers' difficulties in Wisconsin.
ACCESSION #
13632053

 

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