Two weary troopers in the thin platoons of Peace are haggard, hang-jowled "Uncle Arthur" Henderson, the down-&-out former British Labor Leader who is President of the down-&-out Disarmament Conference and small, pucker-browed Sir Norman Angell, an eminent pacifist lecturer who in 1929 attempted to clean up by inventing The Money Game.*

Last week, perhaps because of the extreme difficulty of finding potent champions of peace today, prophetic Sir Norman and pathetic Mr. Henderson were awarded respectively the Nobel Peace Prizes for...

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