CONGRESS: Mr. Pepper, Reconciled

Four weeks ago when Senator George Wharton Pepper of Pennsylvania was picked by Senator Lodge as a new member .of the Foreign Relations Committee it was generally noted that another irreconcilable had been added—another opponent of President Harding's proposal for participation in the International Court. Politicians all noted that Mr. Pepper had been one of the outstanding opponents of the League—a strict isolationist. As might have been expected, Senator Lodge knew what he was doing.

Senator Pepper last week completely altered his attitude. He is...

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