If the administration expected the country to form an opinion—or opinions—on participation in the World Court, that expectation is surely being justified. Daily, organizations and individuals of every degree of importance and unimportance are voicing their opinions on the proposal. Meanwhile Senatorial doctors are going busily about taking the public pulse, administering stimulants or narcotics, according to their temper.
Recent pulse-beats include:
Declaration by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States that it heartily approved of the President's proposal. (See page 23.)