National Affairs: Republican Leadership

Mr. Robinson stands in definite contrast to Senator Lodge of Massachusetts, who will not relinquish the Republican leadership. Mr. Lodge is ultra-conservative and a sectionalist. His policies are much the same as those he expressed when he first came to the Senate 30 years ago.

Mr. Lodge appears to have chosen for his lieutenants the two men who might take the leadership from him, Senators Wadsworth of New York and Lenroot of Wisconsin, Actual direction of party legislation will be in their hands, and a fiery session is promised by the three young men in control of the Senate. Mr. Robinson...

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