View with Alarm: Jun. 18, 1923

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

The insidious suggestion that Charles Evans Hughes is Secretary of Propaganda. (P. 2.)

The 200,000 Italians in Italy whom Mussolini regards as 200,000 too many. (P. 10.)

William Randolph Hearst, " The Great Eliminator." (P. 6.)

The loss of foreign trade as seen by the Department of Commerce. (P. 2.)

The million-dollar joyride−if all that is said is true. (P. 4.)

Camelots du Roi. The French do not consider them a joke. (P. 9.)

John T. Adams and Frank A. Munsey. There's...

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