The Naval Limitations Parley at Geneva (TIME, June 27 et seq.) took on last week the character of a hot and personal duel over a blunt question: "Shall the present voluntary inferiority of the U. S. Navy to the British Navy be perpetuated by a binding treaty?" This question was haggled over in terms of cruisers, last week, because the cruiser is the strongest naval arm which the Parley was called to consider. Because negotiations proceeded wholly in private, last week, it was necessary to...

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