THE FIRST WOMAN SENATOR THE appointment by Governor Hardwick, of Georgia, of Mrs. W. H. Felton to succeed the late Thomas E. Watson as United States Senator has been praised as a fine tribute to a woman of undoubtedly exceptional ability and character. It has also been praised as a recognition of the present and coming power of women in the Nati... continued
SECRETARY HUGHES has taken a firm and positive position as to the relations of the United States to the new Near Eastern problem. He declares that there is nothing to justify this country in any effort to pacify the Near East by armed force, or to attempt to bring political influence to bear on the international questions involved in which we have ... continued
Recent trends show the United States alternating between isolation and independence, between sharply marked economic nationalism and notable international initiative in cooperation, moving in a highly unstable and zigzag course. Immigration restrictions and high tariffs on the one hand, and a World Court, a League of Nations, and outlawry of war on the other.