THE CABINET: Permission'

Liberal publicists were splenetic last fortnight over the presence in Washington of the Nicaraguan generalissimo, Emiliano Chamorro. A presidential election impends in Nicaragua. General Chamorro wanted to find out how the U. S. Department of State would view his candidacy. U. S. citizens who regard U. S. intervention in Latin-American affairs as arrant presumption, were enraged to think that an honest young republic like Nicaragua could not elect whom it wished without "permission" from U. S. Secretary of State Kellogg.

Last week Secretary Kellogg gave his Liberal critics cause for redoubled...

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