THE CABINET: Caribbean Moon

U. S. diplomacy, blinking before a Rising Sun in the Far East and plagued by strange new stars in the political firmament of Europe, last week set a hopeful course under the moon of the Caribbees. A sleek black peace ship, the Grace Liner Santa Clara, steamed southward toward ancient Lima, Peru, and the eighth Pan American Conference. Aboard were a distinguished U. S. delegation and its distinguished chairman, who at Montevideo in 1933 and at Buenos Aires in 1936 changed the Latin American picture of Uncle Sam from a giant with...

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