The Congress: Irreconciliation

From Geneva, Switzerland, press correspondents sent out despatches that provoked excitement in the U. S. Senate. It appeared that at the instance of Austen Chamberlain, the Council of the League of Nations took measures to summon a meeting of nations next September to which it was understood that the U. S. would be invited, arid at which the matter of the U. S. reservations in joining the World Court would be clarified and the necessary acceptance gained for the U. S. reservations.

The Senate in voting for...

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