THE NATIONS: Terrible Fact

Just back from six weeks in Europe, Walter Lippmann wrote last week: "All European governments, all parties and all leading men are acting as if there would be another world war. . . . The German problem as seen in Moscow and in London is, fundamentally, whether in the event of war the Germans are to be used by the Russians or by the Western powers. This is a terrible fact . . . and if anything is to be done about it, the U.S. will have to do it."

Last week the U.S., after...

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