CORRUPTION: Bedroom & Courtroom

In December 1919, Woodrow Wilson, President of the U. S., was sick. To his bedroom came a committee of U. S. Senators, appointed to inquire into the President's physical condition. A member of this committee was Albert Bacon Fall of New Mexico. Into the sick man's room marched the Senators. At them glared Dr. Sterling Ruffin, friend and physician of the President, against whose warning the visit had been permitted. The Senators eyed the sick man, some sympathetically, some suspiciously. Then to the President's bedside strode Senator Fall. He would see how...

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