National Affairs: Resignations

Retirement is one of the chief divertisements of Ambassadors and one of the chief annoyances of Secretaries of State. Last month came the resignation of Ambassador Woods at Tokyo. Last week Ambassador Warren, at Mexico City, formally handed in his resignation, which had been anticipated for some time. He pointed out that he had accepted the post only in order to assist in carrying out the treaty, which he helped to negotiate, whereby Mexico was again accorded diplomatic recognition. He considered that the problems which had induced him to take the post were...

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