Foreign News: Enter Kerensky

At the invitation of an Assistant U. S. Attorney, one Kenneth Simpson, there arrived in Manhattan from Paris last week Alexander Feodorvich Kerensky, to stop with Mr. and Mrs. Simpson at their Park Avenue residence. New York newspapers welcomed M. Kerensky in editorials of praise, of friendship. The Herald Tribune, usually synchronous with the Administration, stated that "Kerensky will have the help and support of all good Americans," Overnight this wiry, medium-sized man, with slightly bowed legs, a cropped head, and habitually narrow, squinting eyes, seemed to have become almost a national hero...

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