Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Today -100: September 30, 1920: It is not coercion

The White House has to admit that Pres. Wilson is not as recovered as they’ve been claiming, in order to explain why he won’t be making any speeches for Cox.

A German ambassador arrives in Paris, re-establishing diplomatic relations.

Harding’s train jumps the track in West Virginia.

A placard in Drogheda, Ireland warns that if any cop is shot, 5 Sinn Féiners will be shot. “It is not coercion. It is an eye for an eye.”

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