National Affairs: Unity

Under the impression that the election was over, citizens of the U. S. last week prepared to give their ears a rest, prop up their feet, pay overdue attention to comic strips, football scores, fashion advertisements. But another campaign was on. A great shout was heard from leaders in both parties: "Unity!" Blared on the radio, blazoned in headlines were appeals, some frantic, some cool—praying that the U. S. should unite behind the President in order that the perils of the future be met in strength. "Good losers'' clubs were formed, meetings were held, petitions urging this-&-that were sent here-&-there.

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