National Affairs: Timid

Members of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation met in Manhattan last week (Wilson's Birthday, Dec. 28), eulogized the War President, made no award of Foundation funds for distinguished 1928 achievement in "meritorious service to democracy, public welfare, liberal thoughts, or peace through justice." Wilsonians found no outstanding merit in the Kellogg-Briand peace plan, which they termed "a weak thing . . . timid imitation . . . mere shadow of Wilson's great conception."


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