The moves made in connection with the Dawes-McKenna reports (TIME, April 21) during the past week: ¶ The Reparations Commission received answers from the principal Allies to its letter urging speedy adoption of the reports. France declared that she should not accept the reports until they had been put into effect. Britain and Italy accepted unconditionally and professed their readiness to take any necessary measures. Belgium contended that the Reparations Commission should frame an official plan, based upon the reports, before the Allied Governments should be required to act. ¶ The...

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