CONFERENCES: Pas de Pagaille!

The committees to study Europe's needs and resources under the "Marshall approach" got down to work this week in the Grand Palais, one of the few really ugly buildings in the center of Paris. They shared the vast, rambling premises with an international exhibition on town planning and an exhibition on popular science. Despite border guards, town planners and scientists now & then strayed into the domains of the diplomats. Guillaume Schneiter, a frail sexagenarian who described himself as a professional inventor, was one of the trespassers. Hugging a pile of documents,...

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