National Affairs: Insouciance Abroad

Infallibly dapper, invariably chipper, insistently funny, Mayor James John Walker of New York City completed the legend of insouciance abroad (TIME, Aug. 29 et seq.) and sailed from France for the U. S., with Mrs. Walker. But before he left he— ¶ Addressed the American Legion in Paris. "I am authorized by law and by chance," he said, "to bring you the felicitations of the people of New York and to carry across the Atlantic their heart throbs that they may mingle with you in spirit. I want you to feel that your purposes...

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