Italian Debt

The House voted. The agreement made with Italy by the U. S. World War Debt Funding Commission (TIME, Nov. 16, 23, THE CABINET) was approved, 257 to 133, and went to the Senate for final action. A favorable vote in the House had been a foregone conclusion. None the less the greater part of a week was spent in debate. From the line up of men from certain sections against the measure, some observers suspected that the Klu Klux Klan was bringing pressure to bear against the...

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