POLAND: Anything Might Happen

At Warsaw, Finance Minister Jerzy Zdziechowski announced a program of fiscal reform catering somewhat to the potent Jewish financiers of Poland, by whose cooperation he hoped to balance at last the Polish budget. Promptly anti-Semite influence, ever rampant in Poland, forced the resignation of Premier Count Skzrynski's coalition Cabinet.

With the national applecart thus upset, each of Poland's three political tycoons (Dmowski, Right; Witos, Center; Pilsudski, Left) encouraged his followers to set him up as dictator. Correspondents cabled that "anything might happen." Interest centred in fire-eating,...

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