Foreign News: Attacks and Answers

Chief of the North American section of the Ministry of Information is Andre Lefebvre de Laboulaye, onetime Ambassador to the U. S., grandson of the man who first thought up the idea of France's giving the U. S. the Statue of Liberty. One of M. Laboulaye's brightest assistants is Pierre de Lanux, who learned about the U. S. while lecturing here for the Carnegie Foundation for International Peace and The League of Nations Association. More over, he has a tall, slender, beautiful, U. S.-born wife.

Personable M. Lanux is due to arrive soon in the U. S. for a "propaganda tour." Preceding...

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