"There are no differences of view between the President and our delegation in London. The delegation has always had, and now has, his unqualified support and authority. The delegation is in London patiently to explore every suggestion made and every possibility that leads to the great purpose of the Conference, that is, the reduction and limitation of naval arms and the preservation of the peace of the world. It is the high hope that a plan for so doing can be evolved."

President Hoover did not issue that statement last week. Instead he...

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