Foreign News: Coolidge Criticized

When Premier Herriot fell from the grace of the Senate, last week (TIME, Apr. 13), for secretly pursuing a policy of inflation, U. S. President Calvin Coolidge took what was called an "unprecedented step": he paid tribute to the fallen Premier.

The gist of his remarks was that M. Herriot had achieved much in coming to a reparations settlement with Germany and that he should feel great satisfaction therein. The President went on to say that he had read with sympathy the view expressed in the newspapers that the Premier's financial difficulties were...

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