11 NOVEMBER 1932, Page 28


Human' nature, however, "being what. it is, a genuine desire for peace must be backed by a determination on the part of all the nations to secure as far as may be - possible' those- conditions which make for peace and not for war. And those conditions include a fair measure of . prosperity and contentment in . each country. Admittedly such conditions must be the concern, primarily, of the Governments of each particular country, (Continued on page viii:)