CONFERENCE: Final Success

As the London Conference prepared to end with a quick curtain last week, the Naval Treaty was rushed onto paper by a drafting committee, and who should sit for the U. S. as No. 1 draftsman but the father-in-law of Charles Augustus Lindbergh, small-statured, mighty-minded Dwight Whitney Morrow. This was but just. For although the main U. S. legal prop of the conference maypole has been Secretary of State Henry Lewis Stimson, much of the strenuous work of dancing round and round for eleven weeks, much of...

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