It was with a proud finger that the Administration pointed to a Senate which adopted† a resolution for U. S. entrance into the World Court. Reservations were attached. Nevertheless, all good nations were expected to be pleased at having the U. S. in the World Court under any conditions. Seven months passed. Liberia, Cuba, Greece, Uruguay opened their arms, welcomed the U. S. into the brotherhood. Other nations remained cool, indifferent. Meanwhile, at home, Senators began to find that their constituents were not pleased with the votes they had cast for the World Court. In April, Senator William B....

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