A Borah Abroad

Last week the name of Senator William Edgar Borah of Idaho loomed in the news of the land. In Martinsburg, W. Va., he made a ringing speech for the Tariff Bill's Export Debenture Plan which President Hoover strenuously opposes. Back in Washington he was primed to lead off the Senate attack upon Judge John Johnston Parker, President Hoover's appointee to the Supreme Court. To Chicago he sent a message to Senate Nominee Ruth Hanna McCormick welcoming her as an ally against President Hoover's World Court Plan. He...

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