POLAND: New Cabinet

Since Alexander sighed—if he ever did—for more worlds to conquer, moralists have delighted to croak of heroes able td master their enemies but not themselves. Such a clay-footed hero seemed to have appeared in Poland when Marshal Josef Pilsudski seized the Government (TIME, May 24). Hesitant, irresolute, he could not bring himself to accept the responsibility either of ruling Poland as a dictator or of heading the State as Premier. Instead he temporized, forced the Sejm to elect one Ignatz Moscicld President of Poland and to confirm the puppet Cabinet of...

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