THE CABINET: Social Visit

"I have long been anxious to pay a visit to Canada. . . . This will enable me to renew my acquaintance with Lord Tweedsmuir. . . ." When Cordell Hull made this announcement last month, newshawks were unwilling to believe that the U. S. Secretary of State would ever make a purely "social visit" to another country. They concluded that he was anxious to discuss with Canada's Liberal Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King the future of their reciprocal trade agreement, most important one to be signed by Mr. Hull and now...

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