Foreign News: Quids & Quos

Twelve bright red pens stuck out of twelve black inkpots on a table in the aisle of Canada's House of Commons one morning last week. At the head of the table sat Canada's large, solid Premier Richard Bedford Bennett, flanked by the two other members of the triumvirate which British newspapers have called "The Busy B's''—Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin and Australia's former Premier Stanley Melbourne Bruce. Down the table were former Premier Joseph Gordon Coates of New Zealand, Sir Atul Chatterjee of India, Premiers Frederick Charles Alderdice...

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