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MEXICAN PROBLEM

AMERICA'S RESPONSIBILITY. PR LSI I) EXTS IXE RTN KSS. A VIGOROUS ATTACK. Pr«s Association—By Telegraph—Copyright. WASHINGTON. January 7._ Senator hod.ee and other Senators bitter:v attacked President Wilson's Mexican p.'lfrv. Senator Lodps pointed out that the last stage of Mexico was worse than th>-' first. The conditions to-day were Mirh that anarchy was a polite name for it. President Wilson's error consisted in his refusal to recognise Hnerta on moral grounds, instead of broader international grounds! When fighting occurred at Vera Cruz President Wilson was afraid to pursue the confl ; ct, and took refuge under the Fonth American republics' mediation, which accomplished absolutely nothingSenator Lodjro thought it was too late now to adopt any policy in .Mexico save military occupation., which every American deplored.

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MEXICAN PROBLEM, Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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MEXICAN PROBLEM Evening Star, Issue 15695, 8 January 1915

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