EGYPT: Out and In

Several weeks had rolled by since Premier Zaghlul Pasha of Egypt quit London after his memorable interview with Premier MacDonald of Britain over the Sudan (TIME, Oct. 6, 13, COMMONWEALTH). It had been freely rumored that if the aged and infirm Premier returned to his homeland emptyhanded, which he did, he would be obliged to resign.

The day following the opening of Parliament by King Fuad I, the white haired, worn Premier arose to announce his resignation and that of his Cabinet. He said that the state of his health made obligatory this...

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