National Affairs: Contumely

Professor Irving Fisher of Yale in a. recent speech at East Liverpool, 0., recounted a conversation with the late President Harding during the political campaign of 1920. As a result certain newspapers and a few politicians heaped contumely on the head of Professor Fisher, accusing him of maligning the name of the late President. Mr. Fisher quoted the then Senator Harding as saying: " I want the United States to get into the League just as much as you do. . . . Of course, I'm opposed to the Wilson League as I have...

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