National Affairs: We and You

Franklin Roosevelt last week conducted a school for ambassadors. Home for a seminar on U. S. foreign policy were Hugh Wilson (Berlin), William Phillips (Rome) and William Bullitt (Paris). On the way from London was Joe Kennedy (nominally on his way to Florida to spend Christmas with his son Jack), and called home from China was Nelson Johnson, who by traveling his fastest can reach Washington next month.

Messrs. Wilson and Phillips proceeded to teach the teacher. Both were alarmed at the sharpness with which Franklin Roosevelt—and U. S. public opinion—has slapped at...

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