National Affairs: Political Notes: Sep. 10, 1923

"The World Court cannot be divided from the League of Nations— unless we want to make it a joke!"—Senator Oscar W. Underwood in An interview at Chattanooga. "The League of Nations and the World Court are about as related as Booker T. Washington and George!" —Ex-Senator Frank B. Kellogg of Minnesota. (Mr. Kellogg favors U. S. entry into the Court, would avoid the League.) Professor Irving Fisher, Yale economist, said in a speech at East Liverpool, Ohio, that during the front porch campaign of 1920, the then Senator Harding told him: "I want the...

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