After a cursory view of TIME's summary of events, the Generous Citizen points with pride to:
A great-hearted gentleman not too proud to beg for the Greeks. (P. 7.)
The skill of Benes in extracting millions from a country whence Andrew Mellon cannot coax a sou. (P. 9.)
A tiny country's rejection of a big Navy. (P. 11.)
An industrialist who runs an opera. (P. 15.) A gracious giver—the Imperial Household of the Mikado. (P. 13.)
The angels of the impending campaign. (P. 1.)
Italian subjects who will exchange their securities for a place on...