National Affairs: Treaty Maltreated

On the floor of the U. S. Senate last week stood Senator William Edgar Borah, fighting-man from Idaho. The business before the Senate was the ratification of the Kellogg peace treaty, already signed by some 60 of the world's nations. As Chairman of the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, Senator Borah had steered it through legislative tangles, had secured for it the right of way over the Cruiser Bill (see col. 2). Crowds gathered in the galleries; political correspondents prepared to hear and to record history. The...

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