THE CABINET: Manila, Budapest, Montevideo

Manila, Budapest, Montevideo

Into the White House last week marched alert, industrious Nicholas Roosevelt of New York as Vice Governor-General of the Philippines. A few minutes later he went marching out again as U. S. Minister to Hungary. Between those two marches lay the solution to one of President Hoover's touchiest appointive jobs. With adroit conciliatory hands the President had reshuffled his cards, dealt a moral victory to the native politicos of the Philippines, to Mr. Roosevelt a face-saving promotion, to his own Administration a neat out. Other simultaneous dealings included...

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