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  • brow of a feverish man; find the source of the fever and root it out of the body," is evidence by their mordant sentence written forty-five years later by one of Miss Addams' most trusted assistants: "In the social and academic honors lavishly showered upon Miss Addams she found scant consolation from her utter failure to lessen poverty even in her own settlement neighborhood." * * * Durring the Debs' case (A.R.U.) in regards to the justificat... more
    brow of a feverish man; find the source of the fever and root it out of the body," is evidence by their mordant sentence written forty-five years later by one of Miss Addams' most trusted assistants: "In the social and academic honors lavishly showered upon Miss Addams she found scant consolation from her utter failure to lessen poverty even in her own settlement neighborhood." * * * Durring the Debs' case (A.R.U.) in regards to the justification of the apperance of federal troopps without the request of the Ill. Governor, Altgelt. "Ignoring the fact that ther had been no obstruction of the mails, this Supreme Court justified the sending of Federal troops in to Chicago and the violation of states' rights byclaiming that "among the powers expressly given to the national government are the control of interstate commerece and the management of the post office.. and the strong arms of the gov't may be put forth to brush away all obstructions to their freedom. There was in existence... less