Business & Finance: Sweet Satisfaction

When Franklin Roosevelt's No. 1 Good Neighborhood agent, grey and graceful Norman Hezekiah Davis, went to the reconvened Sugar sessions of the ill-fated World Economic Conference of 1933 in London last month, he announced his intentions with such a neat sous-entendu as would make a French Foreign Officer preen (TIME, April 19). Said he: "This is the sweetest [mission] I have ever had. . . . If we could only reach one agreement ... it would be important in this crucial period of world history to Democracy . . . showing that 22 nations...

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