THE PRESIDENCY: At White Pine Camp- Aug. 9, 1926

¶ The President awaited, assumedly with no surplus of satisfaction, the arrival of Secretary of State Kellogg from Washington for a quiet talk about the Administration's foreign policy. The Secretary has not succeeded: 1) In persuading Great Britain and Japan to accept tentative invitations to a new Naval Disarmament Conference under U. S. auspices. Last week word came from Geneva that Britain had definitely refused. 2) In materially assisting Chile and Peru to compose their differences over Tacna-Arica, a dispute in which the U. S. assumed the thankless role of arbiter during the...

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