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Hell and Maria Dawes Becomes a Friend
of the Farmers 7 M 0. \ ;/ _ 1/ ' Z f s' '■A O Z) ]/- Big Capital 1$ Looking Up Its Next Candidate for President W n ° wm 1)6 next president of the United States? , The average worker and farmer may not be worrying about it as yet but the real rulers of this country, the capitalists, are already troubied by it a good deal. The presidency is a big proposition It means for the capitalists a reliable and trustworthy administration of the government that will take proper care to keep the workers the ricT famerß d ° Wn BDd to protect the profits and Privileges of The Problem Is—to Get Him Elected. 'J’IIERE are plenty such reliable and trustworthy servants of the capitalists in the country. Why, there are two big political par ties, the republicans and the democrats, that organize, train scheme and maneuver for no other purpose than to secure the machinery of the government in the interests of the capitalists. Candidates there are aplenty. Each of the two capitalist parties has them in large numbers. Each of them is trying hard to secure Ihe approval from the boss, the big capitalists of the United States But the boss has not yet made up his mind. The boss is measuring weighing and figuring as to who of the host of candidates would be’ better able to fool the masses and get himself elected when the time comes around. Hell ’n Maria Dawes Is Flirting with the Presidency. QNE of such willing candidates is no other than the old conqueror of hell and heaven, the vice-president of the United States, Charles Oates Dawes. ’ We say this quite confidently despite the fact that many a cap f HE. WORKER. Second Section: This Magazine Section Appears Every Saturday in The DAILY WORKER. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1926 , SES.TS^SJTL2.SrSS.r 10 - «“"■* »• He pmWmc?? It S ii CUrlcs Dawc “ “““d *» desir, ian legislation (which, bj - I can political history) Lit hugest J oko 111 recent Ameri tender for X pSL“ »■> °l*n con- Dawes Becomes a Friend of the Farmers. (Continued on nejet page- — page 2) 1 *lgg&n29o ALEX '™ MAN '