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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1916.
A Military View
(Continued from page 3.)
of thi election except to their dis
a.ivnntner. One of the cnndiuatcH
most decisively defeated was Mr.
Sealmry, candidate for C.ovrrnor of
the State of New York. Jle made
a Hpeeial point in hi canvass of
hostility to the recent halation in J
New York proviilinj? for military
training and service, and appealed
to the voters to show their disap
proval of this hy defeat iiiR Governor
Whitman, upon whom he placed
the responsibility for his legislation.
It is impossible to determine what
influence the pacifist views of Mr.
Seahury may have had upon the re
sult, but that they did not help
him is indicated by the fact that
not only was he overwhelmingly
defeated, but his vote fell far short
of that given for Mr. Wilson, who
headed his ticket.
Our Civil War was fought prin
cipally by young men or loys, the
average age of the Northern soldier,
as to whom we have statistics, 1m
ing oidy twenty-five. Young men
of this ago belong to the fighting
class and they are more ready to
respond to an appeal to their fight
ing instincts, such as has Invn made
by Theodore Roosevelt, than to the
counsels of prudence prompted by
u nervous dread of war. Little is
heard from these young men during
the contest preceding an election,
but they count heavily at the polls.
They are a numerous class and are
much more eager to exercise their
right of franchise, so newly acquir
ed, than are their elders.
The election gives further indica
tion that the claims of one party or
the other to the control of the vote
of specified classes is fallacious.
Taking the country as a whole, there
is no indication that the election
was determined by the labor vote,
the suffrage vote, or the vote of
those who, with much show of in
justice, have been described as the
"hyphenated." Political predilec
tions woidd appear to be the chief
factor in elections, except where the.
fortunes of one or the other of the
great parties are temporarily dis
turbed by a division in its ranks,
as was the ease at the time of the
election of Lincoln in 1 S(() and
Wilson in l!)12
Among the statements in" the
newspapers bearing out these con
tentious is one from the New York
Times which states that the lalxir
vote failed to "turn to Wilson",
the returns showing that "the great
industrial centers gave Mr. Hughes
the best supixnt." An analysis of
the women's vote in Chicago made
by suffrage advocates, shows that
the women voters divided their sup
port in about the same as the men,
lM.Ool voting for Wilson, llVi.loO
for Hughes, and (5,081 for Henson,
the Socialist candidate. Clyde H.
Tavenner, of Illinois, conspicuous
in Congress for his objection to any
Army or Navy of any size, was de
feated for re-election, as was Frank
liucnanan, oi the same stale, who
had been indicted for his pro-tier-
man activities, which were alleged
to have transgressed the bounds of
law. Another prominent pacifist
in the House of Representatives,
Warren Worth Railey, of 1'ennsyl
vannia, was defeated for re-election.
Still another enemy of preparedness
who went down to defeat was Fin
ley (!ray, of Indiana, who, as a
member of the House Naval Affair
Committee, has always opposed any
increase in naval appropriations.
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