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Memorandum regarding telephone call of Charles Moore

Charles Moore would like to know if President Roosevelt wants Representative Corliss elected. Several Sound Money Democrats are willing to support Corliss if Roosevelt believes his election is desirable. Moore can make arrangements for Donald McDonald Dickinson not to manage the Democratic campaign.
Legislators, Elections, Political campaigns, Campaign management, Michigan, Democratic Party (U.S.), Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919, Dickinson, Donald McDonald, 1846-1917
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