WORLD COURT: Second Betrothal

WORLD COURT In the nine years of its existence, the Permanent Court of International Justice —offspring of the League of Nations—has been the subject of mountainous reams of essay, interminable hours of debate. It has rendered just 17 judgments. In 1920 U. S. Minister to Switzerland Pleasant A. Stovall signed World Court articles of adherence for the U. S. Government, only to have, the U. S. Senate place so many reservations on U. S. participation that other member nations refused to accept the Stovall signature.

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