GERMANY: Im Reichstage

After a protracted period of futile negotiations with the Monarchists, Chancellor Marx told President Ebert that he had decided to continue in power with the old Cabinet (TIME, Dec. 10). The first appearance of the Cabinet in the Reichstag was greeted with howls of derision from the Communists. Referring to the Experts' Report (Dawes Plan) Chancellor Marx said: "The Government is convinced that all internal questions, no matter how important, must yield precedence to matters of foreign policy, which are important alike to German unity and German economic life. The Government will...

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