THE PRESIDENCY: Red Room Results

The British Government has asked for a discussion of the debts. The incoming administration will be glad to receive their representative early in March for this purpose. It is, of course, necessary to discuss at the same time the world economic problems in which the U. S. and Great Britain are mutually interested, and therefore that representatives should also be sent to discuss ways and means for improving the world situation. It was settled that these arrangements will be taken up by the Secretary of State with the British Government.

Thus last week...

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