National Affairs: Exercised

Senator Borah in the Senate, Representative Newton of Minnesota in the House, began last week suddenly to talk of something that their colleagues had never heard of. They in turn heard of the matter from Richard O. Marsh, a former diplomatic official of the U. S. in Panama, now a rubber expert, and most distinguished as the discoverer of the "white Indians" (TIME, June 30, 1924, SCIENCE).

He wrote to the two speakers: "In April the government of the Republic of Panama granted to powerful British financial interests, encouraged by the British government, immense...

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