THE CABINET: Alien Property

THE CABINET

Andrew W. Mellon, Secretary of the Treasury, last week proposed. Congress may or may not be disposed to dispose as he proposes. The proposal has to do 1) with the disposal of the property of Germans seized by the U. S. during the War; 2) with reimbursing various U. S. citizens for damages done to them by Germany at War (claims that have been allowed by the U. S.-German Mixed Claims Commission).

The history of these two factors: Alien Property. The property in the U. S. of individual Germans was seized when the...

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