THE TARIFF: Schedule Five

Refreshed by a month-long armistice, Senate warriors last week climbed doggedly back into their trenches to finish the Tariff War. They swung into action with a skirmish on wool. The coalition of Democrats and Progressive Republicans wilted badly under the pressure of sectional interests. The wool rates went up, but not before Joseph R. Grundy, longtime tariff lobbyist, now Senator from Pennsylvania, had startled his comrades-in-arms with a display of tariff chivalry. A wool yarn manufacturer himself, he announced on the vote (35-to-29) which increased the duty on this commodity: "I am...

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