RACES: Baltimore v. Aryans

Only race against which the South ordinarily displays feeling is the colored race. Last fortnight, in Baltimore, the northernmost of Southern cities, feeling was expressed against another race, the Aryan. Seven U. S. citizens, aged 14 to 16, wrote a letter to 40 Germans, aged 14 to 16, visiting as exchange students in Baltimore homes. Baltimore papers promptly copied it:

"You are probably interested in learning as much about Baltimore as possible in your short stay. . . . Have you read the editorials in the Baltimore Sun, criticizing our President Roosevelt? . . . Have you...

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