The Press: Mr. Borah Rebuked

The Boston Transcript (to Henry Cabot Lodge a very, very Boswell) is apparently unable to take Mr. Lodge's Senate confrère, William E. Borah seriously. Mr. Borah plans a trip to Russia this summer and has let that fact be known. Says The Transcript:

" Lenin is not in good health at all and needs something to amuse him, something like Beerbohm Tree's Hamlet, which Sir W. S. Gilbert said was funny, without being vulgar. Trotsky needs distraction and Litvinoff has a sense of humor and there is no earthly reason why Senator Borah...

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