To the Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: We have seen and heard Wood and Johnson, but who knows Calvin Coolidge? And yet wherever exist groups of American men and women who respond to the ideal and thrill to the destiny of their country his name must cherished. For such to spread his splendid deed and simple but heroic word will be a work of devotion. To these we say: Think Coolidge. Talk Coolidge. Write Coolidge. If the American people fail to raise Coolidge to the executive dignity the nation will have missed an epoch.
New York, May 28, 1920.
Published on Saturday, June 5, 1920
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