CHINA: In Baltimore

Last week some 150 educators, editors, bankers, business men, labor leaders, missionaries and students of foreign affairs, met at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore at an International Conference on American relations with China. All week they listened to reports, weighed opinions, rumors, and theories about China and her relations with the U. S. Editor Oswald Garrison Villard of The Nation made impassioned speeches, as did many another. Before adjourning the Conference reversed its announced intention of not going on record with opinions about China; passed by a majority of 125 to...

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