Foreign News: Repeat Performance

So timely were the remarks by U. S. Ambassador William C. Bullitt at a Washington's Birthday celebration in Paris last week that cables hummed. Excited French newsorgans reported that the U. S. had just come out firmly for opposition to foreign entanglements. Next day Ambassador Bullitt explained, and the excitement died down. He had merely read from Washington's Farewell Address, delivered in 1796.


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