The Press: High, Grey Brow

Nineteen twenty-three was a year in which a U.S. Ambassador could complacently declare: "The national American policy is to have no foreign policy." Many Americans agreed with him—but not the editors of the year-old quarterly, Foreign Affairs. Last week, Foreign Affairs celebrated its 25th anniversary in a U.S. which had come a long way from 1923.

Editor Hamilton Fish Armstrong had packed the anniversary issue of his grave, grey Foreign Affairs with a roster of big names: Henry L. Stimson, Sumner Welles, Anthony Eden, the Earl of Halifax, Historian Arnold Toynbee, World Bank...

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