The Press: The Journals Are Bitter

The little eight-page newspapers of Paris, brilliant, powerful and many, continue their diurnal animadversions against the United States. Leading the field are the Matin (edited by Stephen Lausanne, a welcome guest in many American homes), the semi-official Temps, the Midi, the Liberte. The text, as a rule, is either the Washington limitation of armaments plan or the debts. Exhibit "A" from the Liberte: " We were the victims at Washington of an Anglo-American combination and two questions of money prevent us from escaping."

The general talk might be summed up thus: "...

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