National Affairs: Open Doors

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The double glass front doors of the White House are bound with bronze. For years they have been guarded by two tall liveried Negroes, trained to let no one through except the most high or the most favored.

Last week, two months had passed since the new occupants took over the White House. Observers looking to see what changes, if any, might have come over the White House, noticed that the bronze-bound doors were swinging to and fro with a brisk new freedom. They opened not only in...

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