National Affairs: Knox on Safety

Says a law of Pennsylvania: "Any person who shall make . . . any statement or rumor, untrue in fact, in reference to the solvency or derogatory to the financial condition of any National or State bank . or other financial institution in this Commonwealth . . . shall be punished by a fine of not more than $5,000 and by imprisonment at hard labor for a term not to exceed five years."

In the course of his current 22,000-mile campaign tour, Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Frank Knox arrived one day last fortnight...

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