View with Alarm: Jan. 14, 1924

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

Daughters who mock their fathers and wives who chastise their better halves. (P. 20.)

The American people "lied to and 'duped . . . and forced into a criminal war." (P. 9.)

Packs of ravenous wolves. (P. 10.)

Visits to Allen Street. (P. 12.)

A book written completely in an unknown tongue (P. 13.)

The most important factor in the Greek situation. (P. 10.)

A gloomy tale of sombre tragedy. (P. 15.)

Curtismorphosis of views and price. (P. 20.)

An academic dispute between politicians....

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