FOREIGN SERVICE: Second Blooming

The dead ashes of some exciting diplomatic history were stirred last week when President Roosevelt put back into the State Department a wealthy young Philadelphian named William Christian Bullitt. Fourteen years ago the name of Bullitt brought forth resounding Democratic curses. His career as a budding diplomat seemed forever blasted. He was denounced as a betrayer of official secrets, a traitor to Woodrow Wilson, because he dared to criticize that President's high-flown peace plans. He did what he thought was his public duty and for it paid a terrible price in personal...

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