INTERNATIONAL: Aggression or Defense?

Aggression or Defense?

Not in months have statesmen of the Great Powers striven so hard and so confusedly as they strove last week, turning the concert of nations into a jazz symphony of Peace & War, now sweet, now wild.

Disarmament by Publicity. Soft as the first rustle of an overture was the Draft (i. e. proposed) Treaty for the International Control of Armaments wafted to Geneva last week by President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Cordell Hull.

"This text presents very little that is new," frankly observed Walter Hugh R. Wilson,...

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