The Lion of Idaho

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ed on the "right" to travel on the armed ships of belhgerentsrnshould proceed at their own risk; and yet, the rights of neutralsrnmust be protected. Although Robert LaFollette, Sr., his fellowrnprogressive, fought against Wilson's request for a declaration ofrnwar and delivered a four-hour peroration against the Presidentrnon the . . .

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