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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 1
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Shall the Democratic Party be "Aldrichized"
Tho fight is on! Shall the demo
cratic national convention for 1912
bo controlled by an Aldrich democ
racy or shall it represent real demo
By reason of its democratic plat
forms the party now occupies ad
vanced ground. Shall it retreat to
Although the democratic party has
not controlled administrations in re
cent years its democratic platforms
have given it a power possessed by
no other party in history the power
to compel opposing parties to recog
nize the righteousness of its plat
forms. Never in all its history has the
democratic party so well represented
the hopes and aspirations of the pro
gressive patriotic men of all parties
as it does today.
This advantage has been won by
the party's persistent fight for the
people during the past sixteen years.
Today the American people are
looking to the democratic party as
the leader in real reforms. The !
people have lost confidence in the'
republican party. Can the demo
cratic party be trusted?
The democratic national conven
tion for 1912 will provide the
Tho special interests that have
wrecked the republican party are
seeking to gain control of the demo
cratic party. They hope to nomi
nate for president a "reactionary"
who will be satisfactory to the Wall
If they find that the progressive
sentiment is too strong to be entirely
ignored they will take someone who
has been progressive enough to fur
nish them something to talk about
but not progressive enough to fight
Tho democratic party seems ready
to come into its own. After a long
fight the progressive policies which
aroused the opposition of all the pre
datory interests in 1S9G are becom
ing the accepted policies of the
country, but the interests will do
their best to nominate a candidate
who is not in sympathy with them
and who tried to retard their pro
gress. Let not tho democrats to deceived.
The work of a democratic president
will be no easy work. The cleaning
out of the stables will be a Hercu
lean task. It will require strength
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flinching moral purpose. It is no
time for compromise. The times re
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