LATIN AMERICA: Conference Ends

The Fifth Pan-American Conference drifted to a rather unsatisfactory end. During its six weeks tenure at Santiago de Chile, no questions of outstanding importance were settled. The Pan-American Court of Justice, the Limitation of Armaments, the American League of Nations, all were left destitute of reality.

But if the results of the conference are strangely at odds with the glamor of hope expressed at the opening, some good was done by the exchange of widely divergent views, and there is one definite although potential gain of Pan-American importance. This is the proposal...

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