National Affairs: Son's Scheme

Cynics who believe that every Senate investigation is a scandal hunt, that Senatorial inquisitors miss no opportunity to make a headline, were last week surprised and shocked at the backwardness of Senator Gerald Nye's munitions committee in coming forward with its facts on President Roosevelt's second son. The Nye committee had spent months blackguarding the du Fonts, Britain's late George V, a handful of Latin American dignitaries, Woodrow Wilson and the House of Morgan. But not until last week did the press smoke out of its files a two-year-old secret about Elliott Roosevelt's...

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