National Affairs: 'Quite Indifferent

Some 30,000 Roman Catholics overflowed Philadelphia's Convention Hall last Sunday to hear Michael Cardinal Dougherty & others belabor the Government of Mexico for its mistreatment of their Church. Meanwhile other Catholics zealously stirred the still cold pot of a Congressional investigation of Mexican "religious persecutions" which Senator Borah had put on the fire in the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

Unperturbed by all this furor, a swart, mop-haired, black-toothed man in morning coat and badly-adjusted tie motored last week to the White House Executive Offices. Though he looked like a Mexican bandit, he was in fact Dr. Francisco Castillo Najera, soldier,...

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