National Affairs: Posthumous

Henry Cabot Lodge, late Senator, honored in New England and execrated in the South, bearded and full of strange erudition, last week posthumously published a book, The Senate and The League of Nations.* At once a section of it was taken up by the press and reproduced. The book is a defense of the Senate action in turning down the League of Nations Covenant, but the section that was repeated in (he press was the late Senator's opinion of Woodrow Wilson:

"I had learned from a careful study of the President's acts and utterances...

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