View with Alarm: Jun. 4, 1923

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

That Prime Minister of a major European power who interrupts a dinner party when he feels like resigning.

A "God-driven pen" which asks foolish questions about petting parties.

American movies in China. They teach banditry.

A Harvard alumnus who refuses to sit with "Governors of Massachusetts, Mayors of Boston, barbers and special guests."

M. Robischon. He gives a prize for literature and wins it with his own bad book.

Twelve hours in steel: a subject for salon, schoolroom and soapbox.

The Chicago...

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