SPAIN: Gallantry to Rebels

Every tenet of the Spanish code of honor was carefully observed, last week, by Dictator Don Miguel Primo de Rivera as, with practiced hand, he suppressed—or seemed to suppress—another of Spain's semi-annual revolutions.

There were no blatant, undignified press stories of the revolt. In Madrid not a single paper dared to mention it at all until Don Miguel was ready with his own version. Suddenly members of the so- called National Assembly—which has no parliamentary powers—heard the click of the Dictator's silver spurs and beheld him mounting the...

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