CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Einstein Demands

Up the tall hill on which perches the citadel of Prague sped the sleek limousine of Lewis Einstein. When Commoner William Jennings Bryan was U.S. Secretary of State, he once called Mr. Einstein an "invaluable adjunct" to that Department. Lion Hunter Theodore Roosevelt declared in 1918, "Mr. Lewis Einstein . . . foresaw the War. He foresaw our entry into the War."

Last week the sleek limousine of Lewis Einstein, rich and smart "career diplomat," and U.S. Minister to Czechoslovakia, was accorded every mark of respect as it wheeled into the courtyard of the Czechoslovak Foreign Ministry. Alighting briskly suave...

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