INTERNATIONAL: Important for Democracy

Without becoming fatuous, President Roosevelt's grey and graceful little Special Ambassador Norman Hezekiah Davis manages to stay optimistic and well-liked year after year on his patient rounds of a Europe now fast deteriorating into strife. In London last week he was back in the game of Conference. Twenty-two nations had sent bigwig delegations to what was technically a meeting of the Sugar section of the World Economic Conference of 1933 which technically is still in an "adjournment." Away back when it used to meet, the name of James Ramsay MacDonald still rang...

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