In the letter Morgan discusses the Nicaragua Canal and the annexation of Hawaii. Though he supports both efforts, he argues against further acquisition of territories: "We need not dread any wild furor for acquiring other territory. Because we are...
In the first letter, written March 21, 1934, Mrs. Williams explains that her children have not been able to go to school because she cannot afford shoes and clothes for them. She also mentions that her husband has been arrested. In the second...
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