Foreign News: Pertinax Flays

"The speech which Mr. Coolidge delivered at the opening of the Pan-American Conference in Havana was more worthy of a Baptist chapel than a diplomatic reunion. One looks in vain for the least indication of the policy of the United States toward Latin America."

Thus in two sentences the President of the United States was devastated, last week, by "Pertinax," unquestionably the leading political critic-journal list of France. "Pertinax," of course, is vivacious, supremely intelligent M. André Géraud, Foreign Editor of L'Echo de Paris, a newspaper widely esteemed in French military, financial and...

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