International: Anti-Auntie

James F. Byrnes was fed up too. With steady patience, the U.S. Secretary of State had listened to Foreign Minister Molotov's distortion of U.S. motives. He had watched poker-faced when Molotov (whom the British Foreign Office privately calls Aunt Molly) rudely bounced out to snub speeches he violently disapproved and with an expression of "the heart has its reasons that reason knows not of," sat them out in the corridor (see cut).

Last week Molotov bounced out again when Greece's Premier Constantin Tsaldaris addressed the Conference. The same day Molotov used the draft...

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