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VOL.3, NO. 45 Chicago, Wednesday, Nov. 19, 1913 ONE CENT
HEARST, THE TOOL OF WALL STREET,
PLAYING TRAITOR TO HIS COONTRY
Stirring Up Hostility of European Governments to Presi
dent Wilson's Peace Policy in Mexico Would
Plunge the United States Into Bloody War
,to Fatten Wall Street's Pocketbook.
Yesterday Wm. R. Hearst devoted a full page of the
Examiner and American to a demand that this govern-
ment intervene in Mexico.
I Today he publishes interviews with European citi-
zens, of more or less prominence, criticizing President
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wiisons poucy ana aemanqing tnai tne unitea Diazes
restore order in Mexico by force or stand aside and let
other nations do so.
Of course this campaign is being waged in all of
Hearst's newspapers. The American people should un
derstand just what Hearst is driving at, for it is 'plain
enough that he is trying to interfere with President Wil-,
son's Mexican policy by creating public sentiment in
favor of sending an American army of occupation into
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