Foreign News: Intimate Concern

Three quickest ways for a belligerent to get a neutral nation into a general war (as an enemy): bomb the nation's property, sink its ships, kill its people. Person most intimately concerned last week with keeping the U. S. out of the European war was the tall, athletic, dressy, rich, charming U. S. Ambassador to Poland, Anthony J. Drexel Biddle, who, without training, has proved himself an intelligent, far- sighted diplomat. He could do nothing about U. S. ships, but he quickly moved most U. S. citizens out of killing range, persuaded them to sell...

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