Achieving a life-long dream, William Sulzer was inaugurated as New York’s governor in a modest ceremony yesterday. He pledged to serve “honestly and faithfully,” and to deliver “an honest, an efficient, and economical, and a business-like administration of public affairs.” Honest government? If he is serious, one suspects that Tammany Hall will have a thing or two to say about it, and that Sulzer may not last long as Governor.
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