Foreign News: Crisis of Confidence

British opinion voiced in and out of the House of Commons appeared last week to have reached a new estimate of Franklin Roosevelt. When the President at the opening of his first term gave vigorous encouragement to the World Economic Conference convened in London by Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald, and then proceeded from Washington to withdraw his support and wreck that conference, British public opinion was incensed. Soon afterward, however, the British began little by little to be dazzled by the bursting glory of the New Deal. Their own Cabinet, under the Rt....

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