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National Affairs: Quietly, Please!

Last week Owen D. Young, returning to the U. S. from the successful Reparations conference in Paris, followed Hero's Highway from sea to land. He left the S...

COMMUNICATIONS: Carlton v. Young

"In the matter of Mr. Young's views on international communications, with all respect, of course. I put them in the class with any advice he might feel moved...

The Press: Young Plan

The day when newscolumns of the London Times or any other newspaper will be "flashed with a zip" into the U. S. or any other part of the world, is a day for...

National Affairs: The Young Plan

Before the House Ways & Means Committee last week passed an unusual parade of potent bankers and businessmen. They had hurried anxiously to Washington to...

INTERNATIONAL: Young Plan

The problem of how much Germany shall pay in reparations−incomparably the greatest fiscal issue of the age−seemed in a fair way to be solved last week by a...

Business: Young on Insull

Looking very prim with a black-ribboned pince-nez, Owen D. Young last week spent five hours in Manhattan explaining his business dealings with Samuel Insull...

INTERNATIONAL: Young Memorandum

Pleasantly but insistently last week Chairman Owen D. Young of the second Dawes Committee at Paris (TIME, Jan. 14 et seq.) circulated a memorandum of his own...

Education: Young to the Young

In a chapel not far from the spot where a few months prior he had laid the cornerstone of a $600,000 men's dormitory. Owen D. Young, president of the St...

Foreign News: Schacht to a Piggery

"I will now become a country squire and raise pigs. . . . My resignation as President of the Reichsbank is absolute and final." Thus to flabbergasted Berlin...

INTERNATIONAL: Morgan Accepts

The most august place in the U. S. is probably the J. P. Morgan library, No. 29 E. 36th St., Manhattan. The white stone library is not part of Mr. Morgan's...

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