By STUART P. SHERMAN
SOME people have one hobby and some another. Mine is studying the utterances of the Intelligentsia--a word by which those who think that they exhibit the latest aspect of mind designate themselves. I like to hear what our "young people" say, and to read what they write; for, though they are not meek, they will, at least in a temporal sense, inherit the earth--and one is always interested in heirs. So much depends upon them.
Not long ago, progressive thinkers organized a public dinner in order to consult together for the welfare of the Republic. The marks of a progressive thinker are profound pessimism with regard to the past and infinite hope____________________