GREAT BRITAIN: Speeches on the Eve

While the S. S. President Roosevelt bearing L-. S. delegates to the World Eco-nomic Conference plowed through long summer seas toward Britain last week, U. S. Ambassador Robert W. Bingham stood up in London to make his maiden speech before the Pilgrims Society. Every U. S. Ambassador is fed by and talks to the Pilgrims but not even in the Dawes days had the Pilgrims heard such frank, forthright talk as this. Speaking for his smiling chief at Washington, Ambassador Bingham said:

"For years the majority of American people believed that the higher the...

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