National Affairs: Singular Attitude

When on any issue Alf Landon joins Al Smith. William Green joins John Lewis, Georgia Baptists and Tennessee Episcopalians join Manhattan rabbis, cafeteria workers join Chambers of Commerce, sportsmen join clubwomen. President Conant of Harvard joins Presidents Dykstra of Wisconsin and Wilbur of Stanford, something momentous has happened in U. S. public life. Last week such a thing had happened. All these and other signs indicated that the U. S. people were unitedly aroused.

U. S. feelings were outraged as U. S. feelings had not been outraged since the sinking of the Lusitania, and...

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