Foreign News: Russia Offers Co-Existence

Picture a big, genial bear that walks like a man and is a man. You have pictured Maxim Maximovitch Litvinov, Commissar for Foreign Affairs of the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics. Last week at the League sessions in Geneva he came, after long probation and tremendous effort, finally into his own. M. Litvinov, as the world press has only lately begun to admit, aspired from the first to be a Kellogg or a Briand: a Peace Man.

The Kellogg-Briand Pact "renounces war as an instrument of national policy." It has been accepted by almost...

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