April 8, 1920

 

 

The Irish Question.
   Justice to Ireland is a matter in which the entire civilized world is vitally interested. Really there can be no permanent peace throughout the world as long as the so-called leading governments of the world condone British tyranny in Ireland. The United States spent $30,000,000,000.00 in this war, and gave in addition 50,000 brave boys killed and 300,000 wounded for life to protect the interests of Great Britain, and I submit that America has a right to demand justice for Ireland.
   Don't you think so?

 

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