TITLE

Editorials

PUB. DATE
June 1907
SOURCE
Nation;6/6/1907, Vol. 84 Issue 2188, p512
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The article presents some political updates as of June 6, 1907. One of the updates highlights the recent speech given by U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt. In his speech Roosevelt said that the present time calls for caution and moderation, and accordingly he is trying to adapt himself. He perceives that there is widespread financial uneasiness, and he endeavors to apply palliatives. Another update focuses on the investigating committee appointed by the New York Legislature to study conditions in the National Guard that has practically unlimited powers.
ACCESSION #
13826592

 

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