THE PRESIDENCY: State of the World

When one white-hot iron is on a good smith's anvil, another should be in the fire heating. Such is Franklin Roosevelt's way of working. So he worked last week. While all eyes were intent on the shower of sparks that his hammer set flying from the Supreme Court issue, the happy Presidential smith had another iron quietly buried in the coals.

Two years ago Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King of Canada paid a social visit at the White House, for no ostensible reason except friendship. The prompt upshot was the U. S.-Canadian...

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