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INDORSES PRESIDENT WILSON
The members of the Jefferson club
of Columbus, Ohio, have expressed
their approval of the president's
policies in the following resolutions:
"Resolved, By the Jefferson club of
Columbus, Ohio, that in his recent
expression of Views upon the interna
tional relations of tho United States
and of the Latin-American, republics
to the south of us, as well as upon
our commercial, financial and diplo
matic relations with them, President
Wilson has attained the highest!
political and moral ground ever taken
by any American statesman;
"Resolved, That if the president be
sustained in his views, so expressed,
by congress, a new era in interna
tional diplomacy in the western hem
isphere, If not In the world will have
been successfully inaugurated by our
"Resolved, That as a democratic
political organization this club cor
dially indorses President Wilson's
administration, its policies and meas
ures, and commends the president for
his courage and fidelity in his efforts
toward the redemption of the pledges
and principles of his party at its last
"Resolved, That the president's re
cent declaration 'that the United
States would never again by force,
either annex or arbitrarily govern any
territory without the consent of the
governed' is a political pledge and
principal worthy, of our declaration
of national independence, artf relates
our first and last presidents by
kindred sentiments and statesman
ship; "Resolved, That in his last message
to congress of January 20th, 1914,
the president's endeavor to preserve
and enforce the provisions of the
Sherman anti-trust law with certain
amendments thereto (in the message
suggested) to the end that the busi
ness of the country may be conducted
within the laws of the country and
controlled by the enlightened public
conscience, the president should be
supported by congress and the people
regardless of party lines;
"Resolved, That these resolutions
be incorporated in the minutes of this
meeting and a copy of them be sent
by the chairman and secretary to
President Wilson, Secretary Bryan
and "The Commoner" with the com
pliments and best wishes of the
"Luke J. Byrne, chairman; Walter
S. Snyder, secretary."
"Whereas, In a recent lecture to
the law class at Yale university, New
Havenr Connecticut, (and . ju$t print
ed and published in book form and
for sale in all the principal book
stores of the country) ex-President
William Howard Taft, Kent professor
of law in Yale university, in an effort
to detract from the great name and
reputation of Thomas Jefforson, said:
" 'It is noteworthy, as a matter of
history, that when President Jeffer
son was in the presidency and felt
called upon to fill a vacancy in the
supremo court, he appointed Mr.
Joseph Story, of Massachusetts, a
member of the then republican party,
evidently with the expectation that
his views of the constitution would be
opposed to that of Chief Justice Mar
shall. Tho personality and great
ability of the illustrious chief justice,
however, exercised groat Influence
over the young justice, appointed at
thirty-two, and when he came to pro
nounco his first great constitutional
judgment, as the organ of tho su
preme court, his views were in ac
cord with former opinions of Mar
shall.' "Now, therefore, As a means
toward the vindication of the historic
name of Thomas Jefferson as well as
that of Justico Story,
"Resolved, By the Jefferson club of
Columbus, Ohio, that in as much as
Joseph Story was appointed a justice
of the supremo court of the United
States by President James Madison in
the year 1811, about three years after
Mr. Jefferson had retired from tho
presidential office, President TafVs
statement and his attempt to cast re
proach upon the great reputation of
Mr. Jefferson as well as that of Jus
tico Story, is not likely to accomplish
its obvious design; but its blundering
inaccuracy for a purpose so unworthy
clearly indicates that Mr. Taft is an
"Resolved, That these resolutions
be incorporated in the minutes of the
meeting and that a copy be sent to
Professor William Howard Taft at
Yalo university, New Haven, Con
necticut. "Luke G. Byrne, chairman; Walter
S. Snyder, secretary."
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