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Roosevelt Leads Again

By The ASSOCIATED Press

LIMA, Peru--Mexico tonight proposed that the eight Pan-American Conference bar the use of force in the collection of international debts, while Argentina accepted in principle a United States project which would bind all 21 American Republics to do everything possible to lower their tariff barriers.

The Mexican proposal, submitted simultaneously with a report on pecuniary claims by the committee of experts for the codification of international law, was regarded as a particularly significant since the government of President Cardenas is involved with the United States and other foreign countries over its expropriation policies.

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