GERMANY: A Covert Attack?

For some time there has been some violent criticism in the Fatherland of German plutocrats who, in violation of every canon of good taste and human decency, have lived riotous lives abroad while the masses of German people starve at home.

This state of affairs attracted the acrimonious pen of George Bernhard, Socialist editor of the Vossische Zeltung of Berlin, who has on occasion found words of censure to heap on the head of the great and notorious "Coke-monger," Herr Hugo Stinnes. Said Herr Bernhard: "The mass of German people do not...

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