When the Senate hung five reservations on the proposed entrance of the U. S. into the World Court last January, it heaved a sigh of thankfulness that the child of international brotherhood was pacified. But the Adherent Powers of the World Court ignored the Senate's labors until September, and then swathed the U. S. reservations with counter-reservations. And so the child is back again. The next session of Congress will have to do something.

The Administration, searching, perhaps, for a graceful end to the wrangle, has taken a sudden interest in the comparatively...

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