THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS: Assembly's Close

Said Senator Raoul Dandurand, Canadian President of the Sixth Assembly of the League of Nations, in the speech with which he terminated its session:

"We have still to examine the outcome of three words which are henceforth to be classic—Arbitration, Security and Disarmament. The deliberations of the Assembly have shown us that the spirit of the Protocol drawn up last year still lives and constitutes at present an ideal of conduct."

His polished phrases came as a gloss upon the following situation. The enforcement of the status quo has been taken out...

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