The Second Dawes Committee, which is trying to revise the Dawes Plan, at Paris (TIME, Feb. 18), appointed a subcommittee of two, last week, presently enlarged it to five, and then let the days slip past, while Chairman of the Subcommittee and Chief of the British Delegation Sir Josiah Stamp struggled vainly to whip into shape an agenda or program outlining how the main committee should go about its business.

Leaks from the Subcommittee revealed that the Germans and French were wrangling furiously, the former insisting that the Committee first consider how...

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