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Analyzing the question of the Jewish vote, M. Katz, writing in the Freiheit, (Nov. 1) says:

“In spite of the fact that the Jewish population in this country is divided into various classes and each class votes according to its own interests, it cannot be denied that there exists something that can be called a ‘Jewish vote.’ The Jews as a rule express their displeasure at election time to those who are against them.”

“In the present election it must be admitted that Mr. Coolidge, the representative of American reaction, the friend of the Ku Klux Klan, the man who signed the anti-immigration bill, does not deserve the vote of the Jews.”

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