Editorial Paragraphs

April 1918
New Republic;4/13/18, Vol. 14 Issue 180, p305
Presents news related to political developments all round the world. Impact of World War I on various industries in the U.S.; Claims that the chief obstacle to a general peace in Germany is the baleful subordination in German policy of political to military considerations; Report that the U.S. government is spending millions on words printed in the daily papers in order to sell Liberty bonds; Features of the agreements and disagreements of the Irish convention; Information about war loans; Work of women in selling liberty bonds in the U.S.; Comments on New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, San Francisco, and other harbors that are handling commerce for war.


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