League of Free Nation Association Luncheon Announcement, 1920

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LEAGUE of FREE NATIONS ASSOCIATION

130 WEST FORTY-SECOND STREET

The subject of the twenty-seventh luncheon discussion held under the auspices of this Association will be based on J. M. Keynes' book

"The Economic Consequences of the Peace"

HOTEL COMMODORE

Saturday, March 27th, at 12:45 sharp

Speakers: PAUL D. CRAVATH: Legal Adviser, 1918, to U.S. Treasury Finance Commission in Europe.

ALVIN JOHNSON: Editor, The New Republic; Economist and former professor of political science.

DAVID HUNTER MILLER: Legal Advisor, U.S. Commission to Negotiate Peace.

ALLYN A. YOUNG: of Cornell, Economic Adviser, U.S. Commission to Negotiate Peace.

Mr. Cravath has called Mr. Keynes' book "perhaps the most important event since the Armistice." Mr. Miller charges that it has "completely misinterpreted the terms of the treaty." Mr. Young finds "... certain elements of strain, of exaggeration ... But for all that {it} is like nothing so much as a fresh breeze coming into a plain where poisonous gases are yet hanging."

Reservations should be accompanied by check. Tables seat ten. Checks payable to Robert H. Gardiner, Treas.

Covers $2 each

Tel. Bryant 3976