THE LEAGUE: A Bit of Jugglery

To the rage of victorious Benito Mussolini, defeated Haile Selassie won at Geneva last week the right to retain his delegation's seat in the Assembly of the League of Nations during its present session. British efforts to bar the Ethiopians, half heartedly seconded by the French, were called by veteran New York Herald Tribune Correspondent John Elliott "a bit of jugglery so contemptible that even a Tammany politician might have blushed to be connected with it."

Divorce the Covenant? In a speech to the Assembly which many delegates called "amazing," the repeated demands...

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