Item No: pixc01144
Title: Can't Seem To Make an Impression
Additional Title: Can't Seem To Make an Impression
Print and Picture Collection
"Government officials remained noncommittal today regarding the possibility of a resumption of trade relations between the United States and Russia, as proposed in the message from the Soviet Government to President Harding and the American Congress offering to send a delegation to this country to negotiate an agreement to that end."
"Cabinet Noncommittal on Trade with Russia." Evening Public Ledger (Philadelphia, PA). 1921, March 24: p. 21.
"There is no doubt that the sentiment here generally is opposed to following England's lead in regard to Russia. Bolshevism is just as much hated and feared as ever. The argument is made that a trade agreement with Russia, though not formally a recognition of the Soviet Government, is a step in that direction; that it will strengthen the hands of Lenine [sic] and perhaps enable him to continue in power."
"U.S. Will Go Slow on Foreign Policy." Evening Public Ledger (Philadelphia, PA). 1921, March 24: p. 21.
"...[A]nd the majority of the people must admit if we opened up trade relations with Russia it will mean prosperity for both this country and Russia. Why should this country refuse to do business with Russia just because there is a difference in government, or does "Uncle Andy" believe in kicking a man when he is down?"
Buchanan, William A. "Thinks 'Uncle Andy' Joking." Letter to the Editor. Evening Public Ledger (Philadelphia, PA). 1921, April 6: p. 23.
Sykes, Charles Henry. "Can't Seem To Make an Impression." Evening Public Ledger (Philadelphia, PA). 1921, April 18: p. 10.
Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942 - Artist