Political Notes: Oct. 8, 1923

In a letter President Wilson recently referred to Senator Shields of Tennessee as " one of the least trustworthy of my professed supporters " (TIME, Oct. 1).

Senator Shields testily replied that the letter was " not called for and published in the interest of the Democratic Party but for the sole purpose of injuring me with the people of Tennessee." He added, however, that he had deep sympathy with Mr. Wilson in his ill health. "We cannot cherish resentment for anything he may now say. He...

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