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FRibAV, N0Vfc.i6rt ft, 120. ROUND ROBIN "10 FORM BASIS FOR HARDING POLICY (Continued From First Fae.) hat been taking advice are anti leaguers and "bitter-enders." They inake no aecret of the fact that the overwhelming- election returns are calmly pointed to by them aa a vin dication of the "irreconcilable" view point Senator Harding, however, .has always insisted that his political opponents purposely misconstrued his position aa on of opposition to any league or association whatso ever. Perhaps thla was because neither Senator Borah nor Senator Johnson, leader of the irreconcilable group, spent much time arguing which kind of league they would favor, but condemning the present league Senate Hound Robin. The Republican platform in Chi cago, accepted by Borah and John eon, favors "an international agree ment" to accomplish the same gen eral objects which the Democrats haTe claimed the purpose of the Wil eon covenant- But more specifically than the Republican platform, the Harding policy is reflected in the following text of the famous round robin sent riginsi!y by the Repub licans in the senate as warning to President WilBon in the midst of the peace negotiations: " "Whereas a committee of ' the Deace conference has proposed a constitution for a league of nations and the proposal. Is now before .the peace conference for its considera tion, now, therefore, "Be it resolved by the senate of the United States in the discharge o its constitutional duty of advice in regard to treaties that it Is the sense ef the senate that while It is their desire that the nations of the world should unite to promote peace and general disarmament the constitu tion of the league of nations in the form now proposed to the peace conference should not be accepted by the United States, and, "Be it resolved, further, that it is the sense of the senate that the ne gotiations on the part of the United States should be directed to the ut most expedition of the urgent busi ness of negotiating peace terms sat isfactory to the United States and the nations' associated in the war against the German government and the proposal for a league of nations to insure the permanent peace of the world should then be taken up for careful and serious considera tion." Borah and Johnson Bond. It is the last paragraph favoring raanent peace" and the preceding paragraph expressing a desire "that the nations of the world should unite to promote poace and general dis armament" which affords President elect Harding his promise for a new foreign policy. Senators Borah and Johnson can not go t.nck on their signature to that document. Tliry are committed to a Ronrral alliance or association of whatever name it may be called. Unquestionably it will he ' President-elect Hardintf's purpose to ne gotiate a treaty wttli Germany cov ering the main points in th Ver-, sallies treaty which relate especially to the United States. As for the formation of a lcastie of nations, It Is genuinely hoped by the President-elec t thut the Hood in the present covenant may be re tained and that the had. as lie sees it. shall be removed by the common consent of all the nations now mem bers of the league. Senator Harding particularly ob jects to article 10 and article 11 and the clauses relating to international labor as well as sundry other articles Involving the use of economic block ade. Senator McCormlck and others declare confidently that, the Kuro pean nations will gladly scrap the present league and agree to a re vision and redrafthii? of thn whole business. Thinks He Has Same Power. Now, in considering this leaxue question, it is well to bear In mind, first, that the president-elect has an Idea Kurope Is leos interested In the present leaKUe than in America's co operation in some kind f world or ganizntiun and that. Just uh Wood row Wilson may have Influenced the formation of the kind of a lcaaue be bclieed America wanted, so another president, has the moral power to put throuKh his particular kind of program Just what the leafiue of nations will look like when the negotiations between the next administration ami the European 5liwcrs are concluded is difficult to say. .Some "Irrecon cilahles" will be satisfied If tney can eliminate article 10, which Mr. Wil son called the "heart of the cove nant With that article one and otherarticles substituted, they may be ready to call It a "new associa tion." or the "Harding league," and jgS The one thing certain thus far Is i that l resident -elect Harding con siders himself committed to some kind of a league or association of nations. 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