National Affairs: Voices

Senator Smith Wildman Brookhart of Iowa came back from Europe with his mouth full. He had not visited art galleries, museums or antique shops, but he had talked with a great many people, statesmen and coöperationists.

When he reached New York he exclaimed: "If the President were here, I'd go and talk to him first, of course. But he isn't here and the only thing for me to do is to holler."

He advocated: a) Recognition of Russia which is very "stable;" b) a special session of Congress authorizing the Government to buy farm...

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