The Republican majority in the Senate, long having refrained from taking any action on adherence to the World Court as proposed by Presidents Harding and Coolidge, began to look about for some form in which it could cast its action. It is soon to face a political campaign and the renewed assaults of the Democrats on Republican "do-nothing" foreign policy. It seemed imperative that some constructive Republican policy be pronounced. At this late part of the session there was small expectation of action, and in many ways...

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