Foreign News: Cause for Resentment

Very few U. S. citizens resented Great Britain's payment last Dec. 15 of $95,550,000 to the U. S. Treasury (TIME, Dec. 26).

"If I were an American, I should have resented that!" cried jaunty Baron Marley of Marley, stepping off the Berengaria in Manhattan last week. Explaining himself to bewildered ship newshawks, Lord Marley recalled that Britain's gold was not sent strictly as a payment under the old War Debt agreement but carried a British reservation declaring it to be part of any sum which His Majesty's Government may pay under a new agreement...

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