Senator Borah's Mexican Bull

March 1926
America;3/20/1926, Vol. 34 Issue 23, p535
The author reflects on the implications of the statement of U.S. Senator William Edgar Borah regarding the existence of Bolsheviki in Russia and Mexico. He notes that Borah's expression of deep sympathy comes straight from his heart which manifests his true feelings towards Mexico. He stresses that Borah is either misquoted and misunderstood since Mexico has the right to regulate its own internal affairs and ruling. He notes that legislation should not violate human rights in a harmonized law.


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