Foreign News: Pan-America

"Since Liberty was won the most transcendental act in the internal life of America will probably be the holding at Havana of the Sixth Pan-American Conference."

Sounding off with this truly transcendental overstatement, President Gerardo Machado of Cuba strove, last week, with titanic hospitality to welcome the delegates of 21 American nations who were in process of convening at his Capital.

Just 102 years ago the first truly Pan-American conference was assembled at Panama City by the great Simon Bolivar, "The Liberator," whose feat in kindling South...

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