After the Count
Now that the shouting and the tumult has ceased, one can reflect on how pleased Lincoln, The Rail Splitter, would be to know, 100 years later, that any poor little American boy may still be elected President of the United States.
H. A. BREEN Prince Rupert, B.C.
When the Philadelphia Main Liners refused admittance to the Irish Catholic Kellys, Papa only bought Grace a harmless, quaint little kingdom, and we were all amused and entertained.
However, when Back Bay excluded the Irish Catholic Kennedys and Fitzgeralds from their blueblood...