THE CONGRESS: Up Senate, Down Court

Years hence college students will be pondering the story of how a Publisher and a Priest bested a President and of how the Senate, after a long lapse, reasserted its might & majesty as a potent legislative body with a mind of its own. What they will be studying happened last week.

Last month President Roosevelt sent to the Senate a brief, earnest request that that body consent to U. S. adherence to the World Court. "The movement to make international justice practicable and serviceable," wrote he, "is not subject to partisan considerations....

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