FOREIGN RELATIONS: The Paris Plan

For ten weeks the delegates in Paris had worked hard, consulting charts and tables and their own political feelings. The difficulties were great. They had finished their report, however, in apparent unanimity, persuaded that they had better hang together or they would hang separately.

What Makes the Mare Go. Their plan recognized that money, even if it pours in from the U.S., is not everything. Four overriding conditions must prevail to bring Europe back to health.

First and foremost, Europe's production effort must be recharged with food, fuel, power, transport and equipment. Said the report: "More food for miners means more...

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