National Affairs: Peace Passion Hot

The air over the U. S. fairly flocked last week with the pigeons of peace. In St. Paul, onetime Secretary of State Frank Billings ("Nervous Nellie") Kellogg, outraged because war was going on in Ethiopia in spite of the Kellogg-Briand Treaty, screwed up his face and shrilled into a microphone: "When Italy invaded Ethiopia . . . Italy violated a treaty with the U. S. and thus violated the supreme law of our land." In Washington President William Green of the American Federation of Labor puffed out his cheeks, bellowed over the air: "The...

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