National Affairs: Justice v. Schwimmer

Many a U. S. citizen distrusts a pacifist as though he or she were suspected of carrying the bubonic plague. This antipathy, so prevalent among storekeepers, salesmen, politicians, appeared last week more logically expressed, hardly less rabid, in no less potent a tribunal than the U. S. Department of Justice.

Mme. Rosika Schwimmer, 55, is a plump, cultured Hungarian Jewess. She was once Hungarian Minister to Switzerland. Often she has visited and lectured in the U. S. In 1915 she helped organize Henry Ford's peace ship. Several times she has unsuccessfully tried to...

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