Foreign News: Great Day

The Americas

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"This is a great day," said the tall, dark, handsome man.

It was not a great day so far as the weather was concerned. The night before, Washington had had its worst blizzard since Jan. 28, 1922, when the roof of the Knickerbocker Theater fell in. It was not a great day for pomp and circumstance. No crowds, no band, only Acting Secretary of State Sumner Welles and heads of the Army, Navy and Marines, were at Union Station to greet the visitor from Mexico.

But it was a great day for the Americas....

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