National Affairs: Bingham on Yellowskins

Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg received much assistance in dealing with his Mexican problem. President Coolidge virtually took it off his hands by appointing Dwight Whitney Morrow as ambassador without consulting Secretary Kellogg, (TIME, Oct. 3). Last week Secretary Kellogg received more assistance, this time with his Chinese problem. Senator Hiram Bingham of Connecticut called at the State Department with clean cut suggestions.

The Chinese puzzle is made puzzling by the circumstance of there being an overabundance of political parties and armies...

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