National Affairs: Lodge

As it must to all men, death came to Henry Cabot Lodge, in the 75th year of his life and the 32nd of his service to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the U. S. Senate. Seemingly successful operations for a prostatic obstruction were followed by a stroke, from which Senator Lodge rallied only temporarily.

As Editor of the North American Review (1873-76), he purchased the first article ever sold by Woodrow Wilson, then a Princeton undergraduate. Originally, these two were strongly attracted intellectually; but their interest in each other ripened, in more mature...

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