INTERNATIONAL: Arms & the Masses

Wherever he goes, industrious, well-groomed William Philip Simms, Foreign Editor of the Scripps-Howard press, seems to instill a love of peace, perhaps because he is famed for prophecies of gloom and war. He interviewed Dictator Benito Mussolini month ago and that modern Caesar, instead of growling fresh warning to the world, suggested dovelike that President Roosevelt should arrange an arms limitation conference. Last week Mr. Simms reported that he had seen Premier Leon Blum in Paris. Gazing upon the trees and lawns of Matignon Palace he had heard the gospel of peace...

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