THE CABINET: Compliment to Rio

"This government will be happy to continue with the new government of Brazil the same friendly relations as with its predecessors."

So declared Secretary of State Henry Lewis Stimson last week as he extended his fourth diplomatic recognition within 50 days to a revolutionary government in South America.* Practice had given him a technical perfection in dealing with these matters. Therefore he did not accord the provisional government of Provisional President Getulio Vargas in Brazil a brand-new recognition which the revolutionary change in administration warranted, but...

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