National Affairs: What to Say?

In any event, it is evident that he will have to deal with most of the leading issues—railroads, tariff, taxation, shipping—presenting his program and telling of his accomplishments. Republican politicians seem to be fairly certain of what his attitude will be in these matters.

The great matter on which his stand seems to be dubious, however, is the World Court. Will he advocate it strongly? Will he present the question but not press it? Will he ignore the issue? There is no unanimous answer to these questions, which seem to be the most...

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