THE CONGRESS: Graveyard Parade

By last week the efforts of the Senate Munitions Investigation Committee to excite the nation about J. P. Morgan & Co.'s part in drawing it into the War (TIME, Jan. 20) had come to such a pass that Chairman Nye felt obliged to apologize to newsmen for the dullness of his show. Bent on convincing the public that Allied trade and not German submarines had made the U. S. take up arms in 1917, the Committee abruptly switched from Business to Government history. Banker Morgan and his partners were left lolling on...

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