Letters: Sep. 13, 1926

Withdrawal Demanded


In TIME, Aug. 23, is the statement "At home, people . . . recalled that there is nothing in the Constitution to keep Mr. Borah from occupying both his own Senatorial chair and the Secretary of State's seat. If the President would select for his Cabinet the chairman of the leading Congressional Committees, 'responsible government,' in the sense in which it is understood in Britain ('Mother of Parliaments') would almost instantly be achieved."

For the proper information of your readers on this important subject you should withdraw both these statements.


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