That Henry Ford will not be a candidate for president of the U.S. in 1924 was forshadowed late Tuesday, by W.J. Cameron, editor of the Dearborn Independent.
Mr. Cameron, who was the author of the anti-Jewish articles in the Dearborn Independent, stated the presidency is furthest from Ford’s mind, that he is thinking about a thousand and one things besides the presidency, that he is not only not giving any thought to the presidency, but that he does not tolerate any of the men of his organization who are closest to him to discuss it with him.
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