THE PRESIDENCY: It Ill Becomes--

"It Ill Becomes—"

President Harding's foreign policy, often the target of political tongues, has seldom been more vigorously excoriated than it was by Henry Morgenthau, former United

States Ambassador to the Sublime Porte. Yet Mr. Morgenthau's speech was not aimed at the Administration directly and was not delivered to a political body; he spoke at the opening session of the Williamstown Institute of Politics.

That body assembled for its third annual session of four weeks. President Harry A. Garfield of Williams College opened the Institute. As he pointed out, it is an educational institution, whose members come representing neither governments nor institutions, but...

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