POLITICAL NOTES: 'The Causes of Distress

"The Causes of Distress"

Two pages of print, as appearing in The Atlantic Monthly, recently caused that magazine to be noticed by editors and politicians whose acquaintance with the Atlantic is ordinarily slight. The two pages were headed, "The Road Away from Revolution, by Woodrow Wilson." The article was a general essay, but it showed that the former President has not lost his interest in world events. It bore the mark of the Wilson style, the Wilson vocabulary, the Wilson mode of thinking, with which everyone was familiar...

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