National Affairs: Glenn on Slavery

An able but infrequent Senate orator is muscular young Otis Ferguson Glenn of Illinois. Lately President Hoover has complained because no Republican has been rising to defend him in the Senate. And Tennessee's red-faced Senator McKellar was attacking the President with charges so hackneyed that even good Democrats were embarrassed. So Senator Glenn got to his feet and made a speech. Excerpt:

"No man in the history of the Republic . . . has rendered more sincere, more unselfish service than the present President of the United States. Rising in the morning at 7...

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