Foreign News: Noblest of Englishmen

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In Chicago last week with a row of medals on his chest, Philip Henry Kerr, Marquess of Lothian, British Ambassador to the U. S., faced the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations, including bemedaled Charles Gates Dawes, who did tit for tat at the Court of St. James's. Lord Lothian in his matter-of-fact way gave what he called an honest account of what Britons "think and hope and fear" about the war. He told his U. S. audience that the British Government was not "trying to drag you into this war," but that...

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