National Affairs: Dental Work

The fitting of fangs to the Kellogg-Briand renunciation of war treaty—its toothless state having been remarked by many—was formally begun in the Senate by lean little Senator Capper of Kansas. He popped up with a resolution—doubt-less put in his hand by potent peace publicists—a resolution of large international implications. The idea involved was an ancient one—to get the nations to agree to lay a munitions embargo upon nations daring to violate the treaty.

The resolution was released all over the world before its introduction in the Senate, Loud and polite were the exclamations elicited from...

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