I enclose herewith a Note which I had proposed to discuss with you
personally when I heard of your departure.  I would ask you to
devote two minutes to read the enclosure marked 'A'. The one
marked 'B'  merely summarises the arguments on which the
conclusions in 'A' are based.
Economic well-being and social security are the only material
rewards we can give our people for their courage, resolution and
Our capacity to provide these rewards depends on International
economic co-operation which requires security if it is to be
Security to be permanent must be based on an International
Authority supported by adequate force, starting with an
International Air Force.
This is only the League of Nations concept for which you have
always stood, but with teeth in it.
My every good wish is with you in the further great adventure on
which you are now engaged.