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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 March 1899

ij rciSJreUOKrY IRISH MJB1ICVJ:. FATHER M'FADDEN Ireland's Patriotic Priest anil Lecturer at Library Hall AVodncsday Xlfjlit. 'An I'nwrlttcn Cliaptcr on IrlMli " History" Has Scored a BIlT SllCM'OSS. Sketch of II Is Kvcntf'itl Career by John Flnerty in the Chicago Citizen. HON. MATT O'DOIIERTY TO PRESIDE One of the mol famous cf living Irish priests, the Rev. James McPadden, of the celebrated ilweedorc district, County Donegal, is now in Louisville on a collecting mission for the new Cathe dral at Letterkenny, in the diocese of UaphoC, of which the eloquent patriot, Most Ucv. Patrick O'Donnell is Bishop. In his appeal on behalf of the projected temple, the patriot Uishop says: "Like the rest of their countrymen, the Catholics of Donegal have ever scorned to play the part of persecutors themselves, lint they were among the very last in Ireland to give up the fight for the in dependence of their nattve land and freedom of religion, and consequently they suffered the most, and arc toda...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 18 March 1899

KEMjnDUOXCY IRISH AdCEKICAV. HIBERNIANS. What They Have Been Doing the Past. ..Week General News Notes. Hibernian Hall presented a brilliant appearance Inst night. Communication from Mackin Council received and invitation accepted. A division of the I.adics' Auxiliary was recently organized at West Dulutli, Minn., and is steadily increasing in numbers. Division 1 had a large attendance at its last meeting, and was pleased to have Thomas Cody present. John J. Cronen and Michael Hickey were initiated. The editor of the Kentucky Irish American will make it his business to attend the next meetings of the New Albany and Jcffersonville Ancient Order of Hibernians. There will be a meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary, Division No. 1, A. O. H. of Jeffersonville, Thursday evening, March 23d, at 8 o'clock, in the St. Augustine school hall. Members from Louisville are invited to attend. By the will of James Keough, a native of Ireland, for fifty years a resident of Boston, the sum of $28,000 is le...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 March 1899

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME II. NO. 12. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ELECTION LAW. To Ilnve Tls First Test in the Choice of Councillors ami District Guardians. Importance of Unity and Activ ity by Nationalists to Elect Their Candidates. Victory in These Local Contests Means Much for the Na tional Cause. FOUNDATION FOR HOME GOVERNMENT In the nominations for County and Rural District Councillors and Guardians in urban districts the practical com tneucemcnt of the new system of local self-government in Ireland began on the 9th. The municipal elections which took place in January were not elections of new bodies. It was simply the old authorities in the cities and towns of Ire land which were then elected on a new franchise and on a different date from that on which the elections for them had previously been held. The first step taken, not only in the election of Urban Guardians on the new franchise, but in the creation of absolutely new authori ties for t...

Publication Title: Kentucky Irish American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 March 1899

V KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. (IMtMMMIitMMlUliIMM Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 5c. Rntcrcd at the Louisville Postofflco nt Sccond-dnss Matter. Adders all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qrecn Street S9SSS9SSKSS99S9SSS9S9S9I SOCIETY. (4S9SS6S3S96SSSSS63SSSSG Miss Lizzie Ifrankfort. Sullivan is visiting in Mr. John Mehler is still confined to his home bv illness. ioUISVJXLE, KY SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1899 UNJUST CRITICISM. We regret to note thet one of our contemporaries ridicules and denounces the Hon! Bourke Cock ran, of New York, because he at tended the farewell banquet to Am bassador Choate, and said some com plimentary things about Choate and England. We have not always agreed with Cockran or Choate, but they are both men of the highest ability and character, respected and deserving the respect of all men even though we may not always ap prove of the views they express ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 March 1899

XaBaFTTJOKir IRISH AMERICAN. uimjIniiUHiHimuiiiiiiiiiHuiiiiimuiiiiuni i J. BACON & SONS MARKET STREET, ABOVE PRESTON. Louisville's Greatest Bargain-Giving Establishment. A Tremendous Sale of Spring Dress Goods. Embroideries. Embroideries, Hamburg Kmbroitlerics, i inches wide, per yard 2 l-2c. Hamburg Kmbroitlerics, 2tf inches wide, in pretty patterns, per yard 4c. Beautiful Kmbroitlerics in a number of new patterns, inches wide, per yard only 5c. Lovely Kmbroidery Skirt Flounces, 1!1 inches wide, worth :i"c; per yard only 15c. Cottons and Sheetings. Kxtra quality fine Sea Island Cotton, 1 yd wide 4c. Extra wide Sea Island Cotton, 40 inch, special at 5c. Nice quality Unbleached Cotton, spec ial price 3 l-2c. Bleached Pillow Slips, lOJixIW inches, only 5c. Bleached or Unbleached Sheets, large size, ready for use 35c. Ginghams. Ginghams. New Dress or Shirt Waist Ginghams, in plaids or checks, srecial price 10c. Extra quality Striped or Plaid Dress Ginghams 12 l-2c. New Madras Gingh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 25 March 1899

FIRE SALE! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS! BIG LOSS FOR INSURANCE COMPANIES! Having purchased the best portion of the J. M. Robinson-Norton Com pany's stock DAMAGED IVY FIRM in their warehouse on Main street, we now make the following prices until same is closed out, by order of FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIES : 10 pieces Americrn Shirting Calico... 3c i G7 pieces Madras Clothf worth 10c, foHc 1 . i 1 lo pieces Oil Red Calico, new styles, i at 4C I ' 4c 21 pieces Fine Dress Gingham at 4 l-2c 4,207 yards Scotch Plaids, good styles 4c Fire and water, while a great calamity, are indeed a boon for the bargain-seekers. REAL, GENUINE FIRE SALE. Wm. Lynch Dry Goods Co, Brook and Market Sts. 1 Gran W. Smith's Sons t ml " Funeral Directors ( 1 And Embalmers.. i j MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. m Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. 1 g S. JE. COR. EIGHTH AND JEFFERSON SX.S. m I TELEPHONE 810. OHN M. -DEALER IN- ft. CO 545 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. Pond-Lily and Home Ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 April 1899

Kentucky Irish American OLUME II. NO. 13. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY APRIL 1, 1899. PRICE FIVE GENTS. BRIAN BOROIMHE. Story of the Warrior of Clou tarf, AVlio Defeated the, Danes. Was the Most Brilliant King of the Old Daleasslan Line. Under His Keign. Coniincree, Arts, Education and Peaee AH Flourished. KILLED IN THE MOMENT OF YICTORY. Ilri.ui Boroimhc. or Brian of the lrib- utc, was the greatest king of the old Dal easslan line, which was founded by Cor niac Cas in the third century. In niter nation with the Princes of the Engenian line the Dalcassian Princes had ruled over Minister for seven centuries, when a son was horn to Cinnedigh, who was christened Brian. Before I explain the signification of the surname which -was afterwards given to the Dalcassian House. I may not inappropriately quote a passage from O'Curry's delightful lec tures, in which one valuable social re form, in itself enough to illuminate a kingly reign, is set forth, says a writer in the San Francisco Nation. "Previ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 April 1899

XOBOrXJOKZY Xl&ftSXX AMERICAN. KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. IHIIMIIItltMIIHIIIIMMI Devoted to tlto Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. VIIt,IAM AI. HIGGIXS, XXAlDllwl-ior. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 5INQLE COPY, 5c. Bntcrcdat tlio Louisville Poslofflco a SecomNCInss Matter. Addiersall Communications tothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West dreen Street. 61 T R 7?d EOpNT C I LOUISVILLE, KY ..SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1899. NOTICE TO READERS. The Kentucky Irish American is read by thousands of people in and about Louisville, Jeffersonville and New Albany. Merchants who ad vertise in it help to give the people of this section a first-class and high toned publication. The advertising is the main support of every paper. Without advertising, a weekly or daily paper could not live. We ask our people to note carefully the ad vertisements in each issue. When patronizing our advertisers let them know- you saw their advertisement in the Kentucky Irish American. WHAT IS N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 April 1899

mjsnrxjoxcY irish American BAC()N"&S0N MARKET STREET, ABOVE PRESTON. Louisville's Greatest Bargain-Giving Establishment. J A Tremendous Sale of Spring Dress Goods. Embroideries, Embroideries. Hamburg Embroideries, 1 '2 inches wide, per yard 2 l-2c. Hamburg Embroideries, 1( inches wide, in pretty patterns, per yard 4c. Hcautiful Embroideries in a number of new patterns, '. inches wide, per yard only 5c. Lovely Embroidery Skirt Flounces, 1!1 inches wide, worth .'ioc; per yard only 15c. Cottons and Sheetings. Extra quality fine Sea Island Cotton, 1 yd wide 4c. Extra wide Sea IMand Cotton, 10 inch, special at 5c. Nice quality Unbleached Cotton, spec ial price 3 l-2c. Bleached Pillow Slips, lOJixM inches, only 5c. Bleached or Unbleached Sheets, large size, ready for use 35c. Ginghams. Ginghams. New Dress or Shirt Waist Ginghams, in plaids or checks, srecial price 10c. Extra quality Striped or Plaid Dress Ginghams 12 l-2c. New Madras Ginghams, for JJcn's Shirts and Ladies' Waists 10c....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 1 April 1899

o KZEOrXJOISlY IRISH AMERICAN. GEORGE H. ALEXANDER Railroad Commissioner Second District of Kentucky. Subject to Action of the Democratic Party. I Gran W. Smith's Sons 8!! 3 Funeral Directors 8 And Embalmers.. J MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmer. S 1 Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. jjjj g S. 33. COR. EIGHITII jSJSJO .TKITXEKSOIV SXS. hh I TELEPHONE 810. jjjj JOHN M. MULLOY, -DEALER IN- Eft. GO 545 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky, P o nd-Liiy and Home Baling Powder. TELEPHONE 1189, RING 2. 8SyRemetnber if you buy coffee from me you will get a coffee that is selected for its fine drinking qualities, roasted strictly DRY every day. No glaze or greasy sub stance put in it to make it weigh. Our DRY roast retains all the aroma of the cof fee and makes it pleasant and agreeable to the taste and truly beneficial. Tickets r iven with every easli purchase, rood for h useful Present. Muldoon Monument GomDanu 1 S DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF jjjj E ITALIAN MARBLE, A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 8 April 1899

Kentucky Irish American. VOLUME II. NO. 14. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, APRIL S, 1899. L. 1 BANISHED. Legends Told About St. Patrick suiil tlie Serpents of Old Ireland.'' How He Outwitted a Hit; Mon titer Those Vanished "Were Figurative. Mav Have IJoen in the island in Ancient Times Avoid the Irish Soil. STORV OF MOSES AND THE PRINCE It is a gpeat puzzle to many why it is hat there are no snakes in Ireland, though they exist in England across the channel, where the soil and climate are ahout the same. Indeed, of the two countries Ireland seems lo be the most naturally favorable to the existence of snakes, where the laud is so grassy, boggy and marshy, says Mr. John Hoare in the Colorado Catholic. A Canadian once told me how timid he felt when walking through the mead ows in Ireland; he could not be convinced that there were no snakes; still it is a fact that not only are there no native snakes in Ireland, but foreign ones can not be naturalized there. No imported snake can live upon Irish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 8 April 1899

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. ItMtMMHMIHHHIIIMItltt Devoted to the Moral and Social SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR Entered at tlto Louisville. Posloff Ice ns Second-Class Matter. Addier3all Communications to the KENTUCKY I.OUISVIIXR, KY THE KENTUCKIAN'S WEAKNESS." If there is anything that dis tinguishes the Kentuckian it is his gallantry and indulgence to women. Wherever he may be and whatever thei surroundings and circum stances, this is so clearly manifested that the Kentuckian can be pointed out among a thousand. It is the one of his many good traits most admired, and which the Kentuckian holds as the first and ultimate test of manhood. He who would treat n wrminn disrcsnectfullv has no standing as a man among Ken tuckiaus. It matters not whom the woman may be, the Kentuckian respects a woman not because of her wealth, beauty, dress, social standing, character or even color but solely because she is a woman. His whole nature revolts at and he is ever ready to resent the slightest dis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 8 April 1899

S CHAFF, i 00 ft ft ftft ft ft ftft ft ftft ft ft 0 ft 0 ftft The new oratorio priest composer, Father Lorenzo l'erosi, of Milan, Italy, is the sensation of the day in his native country. A few weeks ago his new oratorio, "The Resurrection," was pro duced in Milan, and, like its three pre decessors, made a tremendous impression. Not only musical Italy, but nil musical liuropc, is stirred up over the remark able work of this youthful clerical musi cian, who has thrown into the shade for the time being at least his fellow-countrymen, the opera composers of the new Italian school, the Mascngnes, the Leon carvallos, the Fuccinis and their asso ciates. So remarkable and productive is his genius that it is said within the short space of n twelvemonth he has given the world four magnificent oratorios, viz: "La l'assione di Christo," "1,3 Trans figurazione di Christo," followed by "La Resurrezione di Lazaro," and the last of the series, which has just been delight ing Milan, "La Resurrezion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 8 April 1899

St. Louis Bertrand's Fair OPENS AT St. Louis Bertrand's School Building; Monday Night, April 10, And will continue two weeks. A pleasant time is promised to all attending. Man y new attractions will be the features of this fair. Come and enjoy a pleasant evening. Admission, 10c; Season Tickets, 4()c. 1 Gran W. Smith's Sons m I Funeral Directors 3 And Embalmers.. J MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. m Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. jjjj S. E. COK.13IOIITII A.IVr JEFFERSON SXS. TELEPHONE 810. OHN M. -DEALER IN- Pi AN 545 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. P n d -L i I y and Home Baking Powder. TELEPHONE 1189, RINQ 2. KayRcmeniber if you buy coffee from me you will get a coffee that is selected for its fine drinking qualities, roasted strictly DRY every day. No glaze or greasy sub stance put in it to make it weigh. Our DRY roast retains all the aroma of the cof fee and makes it pleasant and agreeable to the taste and truly beneficial. Tickets given with e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 April 1899

Kentucky Irish American. V 9 VOLUME II. NO. 15. LOUISVILLE! SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1S99 PRICE FIVE CENTS. CORONATION, Ceremonies hy Which (lie Pope llccomcs the Vicegerent of CJori. Itejrnlla Is as Splendid as That of tho World's Most August Sovereign. Consists of the Gold and Silver Keys, Triple Crown and Triple Cross. MOST MAGNIFICENT STATE PAGEANT As the Pope is the chief of the Catho lic Church, the supreme arbiter of her rights, it is fitting that the investiture of his dignity should correspond to the ma jesty of his rank and the sublimity of his functions. The Pontifical regalia consists of the gold and silver keys, the triple crown and the triple cross. It is as splendid as that of the most august sovereign in the universe. His Holiness receives the triple crown and the triple cross in the IJasilica of St. Peter, the keys at his en thronizatiou as Bishop of Rome at St. John Lateran, the Mother and Mistress of All Churches in the City and the World. If the Pope be only a deacon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 April 1899

KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devotfcd to tlio Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. VIIIIAJVI JVI. HIGGINH, PubllnUer. SU&SCR1PTI0N PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 5INQLE COPY, sc Entered at the Louisville Postofficc as Second-Class Matter. Addiersall Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Green Slrcel, LOUISVILLE, KY., IRELAND'S CRISIS. Ireland has reached a period which will undoubtedly form an other chapter in her history. Never were the Irish people more thor oughly aroused and their spirit of nationalism more ferveut. All or ganizations, no matter what their special purpose; all parties, irre spective of their policy; all leaders, regardless of their particular meas ures for redress or advance of Irish interests, are being pushed by that irresistible force, the will of the people, to recognize that land re forms, tenants' lights, education taxation, poor relief, and all other matters to be reformed and griev ances to be redressed, are to be laid asid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 April 1899

KBODXJOKIY MfclJSIi AMERICAN O'CONNELL How Cutliollc Kimiiiciimtioii Wns Won Under His Lead ership in Ireland. The" Government Issued Many Proclamations Against Him and His Society. Under His Influence the Swell of Kenlly Democratic Move ment "Was Felt. WHAT WAS ACCOMPLISHED BY UNITY O'ConnelPs leadership of the move ment for Catholic emancipation became virtually established alxmt the beginning of 1811. "IIeavowe.1 himself repeatedly to be an agitator, with an ulterior ob ject," says Lecky, "and declared that that object was the repeal of the union. 'Desiring as I do the repeal of the union' he said in one of his speeches in 1813, 'I rejoice to see how our enemies promote that great object. They delay the liberty of the Catholics, but they compensate us most amply because they advance the restoration of Ireland. Hy leaving one cause of agitntion they have created and they will embody and give shape and form to a public mind and n public spirit.' "Nothing can be more untrue," contin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 15 April 1899

KE3SrTOI:Y IRISH AMERICAN, it. Louis Bertram's Fair OPENS AT St Louis Bertrand's School Building, Monday Night, April 10, And will continue two weeks. A pleasant time is promised to nil attending. Many new attractions will be the features of this fair. Come and enjoy a pleasant eveningj Admission, 10c; Season Tickets, 40c. ! Gran W.Smith's Sons mi 1 Funeral Directors 3 And Embalmers.. 1 S MISS KATE SMITH, Lady Assistant and Embalmcr. NH Carriages burnished for All Occasions on Short Notice. W S. E, COK. EIGHTH AND JEFFERSON STS. m i T J LI5 1 1 1 ON E 810. jjjj OHN M. U -DEALER IN- I 0 KM 545 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Ky. P nd-Lily and Home Baking Powder. TELEPHONE 1189, KING 2. BfeiyUcnieuiber if you buy coffee from me you will get a coffee that is selected for its fine drinking qualities, roasted strictly DRY every day. No glaze or greasy sub stance put in it to make it weigh. Our DRY roast retains all the aroma of the cof fee and makes it pleasant and agreeable to the taste and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 22 April 1899

"W" Kentucky American. LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY. We lead and never follow. Our work In laundering lace curtains at 20c a pair gives en tire satisfaction. Work called for and delivered. First-class scrlce. MAD. BABEY, 625 Sec ond St. Telephone 2631. BUSINESS MEN in seed of competent Book-kteoen, Stenog rapher, BlU'cr Shipping Olerki, or any other office help, can be inpplled without charge to em ployer or employei, by writing or telephoning to the BRYANT & 8TBATT0N BUSINESS OOL LEGE, Third and Jeffenon 8ti. VOLUME II. NO. 16. LOUISVILLE: SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1S99. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Irish MIKE MULDOON. He Corresponds to the Holiest Estimate of True Chris tian Manhood. Deserved Trilmtc to One of Our Most Successful and Pro gressive Citizens. This Country Is Dotted Over "With Samples of Ills Mon ument Building. BORN IH COUNTY CAYAN, IRELAND Col. Mike Multloon, as lie is popularly called, is one of our leading citizens. He has devoted himself solely to business and home life, though he ha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Kentucky Irish American. — 22 April 1899

ICBTJOKZY IRISH AAtOEKEUOAI?. r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN. Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans. WIIWAM M. HIGGINS, Iia.llelxer. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. SINGLE COPY, 5c. Rntcrcd at tho Louisville Postofflcc os Second-Class Matter. AddiersaK Communications to the KENTUCKY .IRISH AMERICAN, 326 West Qreen Street. dnfRADESloiffe) COUNCIL 'LOUISVILLE, KY., SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1S99. WHALLEN'S VICTORY. Blackguardism that is the proper name is the bane of American politics, and has become so common that any man who is a candidate, officeholder, or takes active interest in political affairs, naturally expects to be denounced, ridiculed and charged with being almost any thing but a gentleman. In any other country this thing would not be tolerated, but the liberal ideas of the American people let it go on, and to a certain extent they enjoy the plights of the politicians. As a factor in politics, however, it amounts to but little, only adding zest a...

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