Foreign News: Clemenceau Revival?

The growing opposition in the Chamber of Deputies of the Bloc National (whose foremost leaders are President Millerand, ex-Premier "Tiger" Clemenceau, Deputy Andre Tardieu) to Premier Raymond Poincare was accentuated by his illness, reported from fatigue.

Gustave Hervé, editor-in-chief of the Victoire, who in 1917 was foremost in the clamor for Clemenceau, and who is now believed to speak for the Elysee, wrote thus of Premier Poincaée: "It is most regrettable that a man who is so upright, a patriot so sincere, a worker so prodigious, should fail France which counted so much on...

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