Not since 1927 have the Norwegian guardians of the trust fund of Alfred Bernhard Nobel, Swedish dynamite tycoon, found anyone worthy of the greatest of their beneficences, the so-called Nobel Peace Prize. They made up lost time last "week by awarding the Peace Prize twice in succession: for 1929 to Frank Billings Kellogg, onetime janitor, lawyer, onetime U. S. Secretary of State; for 1930 to the Most Rev. Dr. Nathan Lars Olof Jonathan Soderblom, Archbishop of Upsala, primate of the Lutheran Church in Sweden, father of twelve. Each of these distinguished...

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