From Friend And Foe

(There follow brief excerpts from statements issued soon after the death of Woodrow Wilson. Attempt has been made to select a phrase characteristic of the complete statement.)

Unknown Washington Woman: "If I could give my life and let him live, I would do so gladly."

William H. Taft: "He was the greatest figure on the world's stage."

Joseph P. Tumulty: ". . . When lied about, he did not deal in lies."

William G. McAdoo: "He is perhaps the greatest man America has yet produced. . . ."

Carter Glass: "His achievements have never been surpassed. ....

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