Religion: People of Good Will

When nations make a treaty, most of their citizens take it for granted that that is that; that the proper state authorities will thereafter see to it that the treaty is recorded, remembered, honored, enforced —or abrogated if necessity impels. Not so lightly do 186 British and U. S. ministers and educators regard the so-called Kellogg Treaty lately solemnized in Paris between the U. S., Britain and 13 other nations, renouncing war. The 186, deeming this a super-treaty worthy of super-ratification, signed and last week issued a super-pledge called a "British-American Message to...

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