FOREIGN RELATIONS: Down-Under Scot

No President of the U.S. has ever met so many heads of foreign governments as Franklin Roosevelt. Last week war brought another of them up the White House steps: Peter Fraser, Labor Prime Minister of New Zealand who had come to discuss the war in the Pacific.

For the President's ears Scots-born Peter Fraser doubtless had interesting information as well as a store of anecdotes larded with quotations from Bobbie Burns. For the public Peter Fraser only burred: "I can assure the mothers and fathers of the United States that their boys have...

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