Three of Europe's most distinguished statesmen rushed through the 58th session of the Council of the League of Nations last week with the haste of a trio of Babbits snatching a quick lunch. Drowsy old Aristide Briand, veteran French Foreign Minister, shambled out of The Hague Conference (see p. 25) to a wagonlit, woke up next morning in Paris, where he conversed for a half hour with "Ramsay MacDonald's Yes-Man," British Foreign Secretary Arthur Henderson, sped him on his way to Geneva. Next day he boarded an-other wagonlit, woke up at...

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