SPAIN: Blinding Flash

No Anglo-Saxon ever really understands what a Spaniard means by his honor. It has little or nothing to do with honesty— a fact which often causes painful misunderstanding. Last week the millions of Spanish-blooded folk who live outside of Spain were thrilled to the marrow by a lengthy and ornate oration, the text of which had been smuggled past Dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera's censors and frontier guards at risk of life and limb. These smuggled words are the very avatar of Spanish honor. They are the stenographic minutes of the successful...

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