Rivers of ink spurted from Geneva last week as into action sprang charming Mme Geneviève Tabouis, brightest spirit among that sector of correspondents who feel that they can mold a better world by twisting every story to the advantage of the League of Nations. They felt with an honest, apostolic zeal that they must kill "The Deal" by which Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin of Great Britain and Premier Pierre Laval of France had undertaken to make peace between Italy and Ethiopia at the latter's expense. Before the terms were officially known Mme...

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