THE PRESIDENCY: In Wilson's Town

Last week an opportunity came to President Roosevelt to speak of the faith that moves him personally. Dedicating a plain white brick house in Staunton, Va., where Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born, he turned a simple dedicating address into a statement of his credo.

It was an impressive ceremony. The old town of narrow streets and pleasant front yards, the noonday sun bright on the shiny cars, on the people, as dressed up to see the President as if they were going to church—all this made a background for the President's words, as...

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