Lounging in Boston's Ritz-Carlton this week. Ambassador Joseph Patrick Kennedy talked to Louis M. Lyons of the Boston Globe, two other newsmen, was mightily wroth when he saw Reporter Lyons' bylined story of the interview. Excerpt: "Democracy [said Kennedy] is finished in England. . . . It's all an economic question. I told the President in the White House last Sunday, 'Don't send me 50 admirals and generals, send me a dozen real economists.' . . . It's all a question of what we do with the next six months. The whole reason for aiding England is to give...

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