THE NATIONS: The Unmentionable Emissaries

The Big Three men did not meet last week, but the Big Three nations began their conferences. First in London with the British, then in Paris with the French, emissaries of President Roosevelt discussed background problems of the big meeting. The cooks were standing in front of the stove and the world was left to guess what was cooking.

Until this week censorship forbade printing the name of the principal emissary—Harry Hopkins. But some papers managed to use his name anyhow. After he had conferred with Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden in London, then with Charles de Gaulle in Paris, the...

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