THE CABINET: Kellogg Off

Secretary of State Frank Billings Kellogg sailed last week for France to secure the signatures of foreign powers to his famed multilateral-treaty-outlawing-war-as-an-instrument-of-national-policy (see p. 15)

Beside the Kellogg program, the many treaties of arbitration and conciliation effected by President Wilson's Secretary of State, the late William Jennings Bryan, appear to have shrunken to documents of small importance. Secretary Kellogg has renewed the Bryan treaties when they expired as a matter of merest routine. One day last week he sat down and affixed his signature to a fresh batch—arbitration and conciliation treaties with Poland, Austria, Czechoslovakia.

Just before Secretary Kellogg departed, his...

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