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Who Is To Blame!

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The New York Times in emimerating some of the causes which operated to defeat the Republican party in the late olections, says : " In regard to the one absorbing subject of the hour, nuance, the public has an uneasy feeling that the adininistration has not a well ruatured or consistent policy, The difliculties in the way of having one are either not known or ignored. The irapression remains. There is confusiĆ³n in the public mind as to what the government has done, and is going to do. It is entirely unreasonable that there should be suspioion and confusiĆ³n at Washington, also. If Mr. Richardson does not command the oonfidence of the country as a Secretary of the Treasury ought to do at this time - if he does not command as much, perhaps, as he really deserves - who is to blame for it? Not the public, we should say."


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