View with Alarm: Mar. 17, 1923

Having perused well the chronicle of the week, the Vigilant Patriot views with alarm:

Migration from the South—not of birds but of Negro workers. (P. 4.) The losing streak of the American women's tennis champion. (P. 23.)

Coal mining—when it leaves a vacuum beneath a town. (P. 3.) Bootlegging where there is not even prohibition. (P. 12.)

The crumbling of Versailles. (P. 10.)

Any attempt to send American Negroes to work the Ruhr mines for the French. (P. 6.)

The Michigan beet sugar business, built upon child labor. (P. 6.)

Reigen—a play by Schnitzler, to which Mr....

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