The Congress: Untutored

Calmly the Senate opens its day. Calmly it hears the invocation of divine guidance. Calmly—as the more punctual members drift in through many doors—it receives, the daily ton of telegrams, letters which Rotarians, Kiwanians, Lions, Elks, Owls, women's associations, welfare workers, American Legion posts, Chambers of Commerce, have sonorously inscribed and asked a Senator to present.

One day last week, all this having been done and finished, the Senate got down to the serious business of the Italian debt. After many hours of debate, there...

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