Business and Politics
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 10 Mar 1932, p. 114-120
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Business and Politics


Criticism of diplomats and the speaker's response to that criticism. The function and work of diplomats, with illustrative examples. The desire for hope, for strong men who are capable of seeing what will happen in the future, and the capacity of bringing those things to pass. The need for more common sense in the world, for more friendliness between the nations as far as the tariffs are concerned. The speaker's belief that everybody is honestly trying to find what is the best thing to do, but in doing that, they are inclined to forget their neighbours, and in forgetting their neighbours, perhaps they are forgetting themselves. The best policy a smile.