INTERNATIONAL: The Duke Gets a Sample

One of the world's stubbornest problems had to be faced, in sample form, last week by the once debonair Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor. He had given up the throne of Britain, and as Governor of the tiny Bahamas he might have been expected to escape grave political difficulties. At the beginning of the week, indeed, he was not even in the Bahamas. He was in the U.S. preparing to celebrate the fifth anniversary of his marriage to his chic Duchess, and he had just lunched at the White House with Franklin Delano Roosevelt. But, with the persistence of...

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