POLITICAL NOTES: Roosevelt, Farley & Co.

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When Henry Ford's Oscar II sailed out of New York Harbor one December day in 1915 to end the World War, its rail was lined with the most distinguished collection of naïve idealists the U. S. had laughed at in many a year. Aboard the Peace Ship were Rosika Schwimmer with a black bag full of papers from the Premiers of Europe, Feminist Inez Milholland, Publisher Samuel S. McClure, Judge B. B. Lindsey, Governor Louis B. Hanna of North Dakota, many another headliner of that era. Also aboard was a...

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