Fifteen Presidents of Latin American republics all received, last week, a stirring appeal:
". . . It is your duty, Señor President, as the representative of a free and sovereign people, to protest diplomatically or with arms . . . against the crime being committed by the Government of the White House, in cold blood, in our unhappy Nicaragua. . . .
". . . It may not be long, Senor President, until the United States seeks to place your country in the same dependency with Nicaragua, Panama, Porto Rico, Cuba, Santo Domingo and Haiti. . . .
(Signed) Augusto C. Sandino,...