International: The Committees

Cry cry what shall I cry?

The first thing to do is to form the committees:

The consultative councils, the standing committees, select committees and subcommittees. . . .

A committee has been appointed to nominate a conference of engineers

To consider the Water Supply.

A commission is appointed

For Public Works, chiefly the question of rebuilding the fortifications. . . .

O mother

What shall I cry?

We demand a committee, a representative committee, a committee of investigation. . . .

—from T. S. Eliot's Difficulties of a Statesman*

Many U.N. delegates, like Eliot, last week lamented...

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