National Affairs: Aid to the Finns

U. S. shippers are not in business for their health. Finland is fighting for its life; some observers think, for more lives than its own. Last week U. S. shippers were sending to Finland's mortal enemy, Soviet Russia, copper, wheat, oil, other materials. They indicated that shipments would continue so long as the State Department allows (see p. 69). Meanwhile, last week, the Congress of the U. S. tepidly gestured its sympathy for beleaguered Finland.

A resolution passed by the Senate called upon the Securities and Exchange Com mission to expedite consideration of any bonds which the Finnish Government wanted to issue...

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