POLITICAL NOTES: System Flayed

Richard Folsom Cleveland of Baltimore, young lawyer, is the son of the late Grover Cleveland. Last week he flayed the U. S. system of government in a speech before the Women's Civic League of Baltimore. Said he:

"Fear of government by collusion led our forefathers to accept a government by confusion . . . the most inefficient government in the entire world. . . .

"Our forefathers deviated from the European form of government, and created an executive with too little authority and too short a term of...

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