National Affairs: Peace Plan

Edward W. Bok's offer of $100,000 for a practical plan to promote peace (TIME, Jan. 7) bore fruit that tasted differently in different mouths. Its text was made public, with two summaries attached, the shorter of which follows:

I. That the United States shall immediately enter the Permanent Court of International Justice under the conditions stated by Secretary Hughes and President Harding in February, 1923.

II. That without becoming a member of the League of Nations as at present constituted, the United States shall offer to extend its present cooperation with the League and...

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