THE PRESIDENCY: The Roosevelt Week: Jun. 12, 1933

As a prelude to the World Economic Conference, President Roosevelt's foreign economic policy was recited in outline for 300 of Britain's best citizens last week by Col. Robert Worth Bingham at the customary Pilgrims Dinner welcoming the new U. S. Ambassador to his post. For weeks in Washington Ambassador Bingham had soaked up the President's ideas on international economics until now he was able to wring them out like water from a sponge. More than the customary "hands-across-the-sea," the Ambassador's speech was authoritative advance notice of what the President's delegates would offer...

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