THE CONGRESS: Oratory, Etc.

There was oratory, humor, poetry, vituperation and blatherskitism in Congress last week. Most of it was directed against President Coolidge's and Secretary Kellogg's policy in Nicaragua and Mexico. The Administration read about it, no doubt: but he'd stubbornly to its own ideas on U. S. foreign policy. Could the following representatives of the people have spoken in vain?

Senator Borah oi Idaho, of course, orated before crowded galleries ; suggested that the U. S. keep the marines in Nicaragua only long enough to supervise an election, which President Diaz should authorize, to...

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