Recognition. — The Nation published an article from the pen of Ernest Gruening who has been in Mexico during the past four months. He gives an illuminating account of conditions in Mexico, although the entire article is somewhat of a tirade against United States imperialism. " Too late," is Mr. Gruening's theme. If the United States had recognized President Obregon when he came into power in 1920 "ihe whole question would have been on a different footing. In the interim Mexico has developed; she has come to feel her independence and to rely...

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