So pained and vexed with Franklin Delano Roosevelt grew James Ramsay MacDonald that for a time last week the British Premier spoke of the U. S. President as "that person."

Spleen boiled up bitterest around a green-topped table in one of the small private committee rooms of the World Monetary and Economic Conference. As Conference President, snowy-crested Scot MacDonald had taken the table's head. Around him were grouped the chairmen, rapporteurs and vice chairmen of the two chief Conference groups, the Monetary Committee and the Economic Committee. Last to arrive was U....

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