HUNGARY: Prometheus Unbound

Upon entering the U. S., some three months ago, to visit his sick wife Count Michael Karolyi, first President of the 1918-19 Hungarian Republic, was bound to rocks of silence by U. S. pseudo-Zeus, Secretary of State Charles E. Hughes (TIME, Mar. 2, Mar. 9, CABINET).

Last week, Heracles railway train transported Prometheus Karolyi and his wife across the Canadian frontier, bursting their gyves asunder. The things that the Count wished to say, that the U. S. Department of State forbade him to say and that everybody was anxious he should be allowed...

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