National Affairs: Congress Again

First there was War. After the War there were veterans. After the veterans there was the American Legion; after the Legion, .the bonus bill; after the bonus bill, Congress, which passed it; after Congress, the President who vetoed it; after the President—Congress again. Mr. Coolidge and the whole country have been assured by politicians —pro-bonus and anti-bonus—that the bill would be passed by this Congress whether or not the President vetoed it. Yet there remained a possibility that the Senate might not do as expected—that some Senators might reverse their votes after the...

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