From COMM 455 student Brandon Cuffy:

Two articles written by JW in Munsey Magazine in October 1917 and August 1917 entitled “Sir Master Geddes, Master of Scientific War” and “The Wonders of a Great New Workshop of War” respectively: and

Another JW article explains his support for America’s purchase of Alaska, despite opposition to the move:

Judson Welliver takes a stance on the prohibition.  He discusses its inner-workings as well as its social effects, and its own effectiveness.  (I think this is the article being critiqued in a  recent submission sent in by Cassie O’Conner from the Philadelphia Inquirer):

Here’s an article from Welliver about the wonders of Detroit and their booming automotive industry: