An End

As all good things must, the Williamstown Institute of International Politics came to an end. Two bursts of forensic fireworks and a deal of summing up marked the closing sessions.

¶ M. Louis A. Aubert, political editor of the fortnightly Revue de Paris, rounded off his series of utterances by calling the World Court the "white hope" of World Peace but went on to say that it was ineffectual without dependence upon the League.

¶ Oswald Garrison Villard, pacifist editor of the Nation, then drew much odium upon himself by assailing...

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