National Affairs: Debts, Disarmament & Davis

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One morning last week before most Washingtonians had finished breakfast, towering Sir Ronald Lindsay, British Ambassador to the U. S., marched briskly up the front steps of "Woodley," suburban home of Secretary of State Stimson. He was promptly ushered into the study. After brief greetings Sir Ronald handed Statesman Stimson a heavy brown envelope tied with blue cord. Inside, the brawny Briton explained, was another note from His Majesty's Government on War Debts— a note, he estimated, "about as long as the Pickwick Papers." In triple-spaced typewriting it covered...

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