National Affairs: Political Notes: Mar. 24, 1923

A movement is under way to have the Government store moving picture film of great events to educate the people of the future. Investigation showed that only the War Department is making even an unofficial effort to collect historic films. "Such a condition is intolerable," declared Senator Walsh (Mass.). "The history of the future will be written on the screen."

Senator Hiram Johnson, making his first trip abroad, arrived in Europe on the George Washington. At Cherbourg he was asked his opinion of the Ruhr. "I am an American," he replied. "I have no...

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