POLAND: Ignatz Should Resign!

His Excellency the President of Poland, Ignatz Moscicki, received last week a request. Meeting at Cracow, ancient seat of the Kings of Poland, some 20,000 Poles had signed the request. They included 160 Deputies representing six Parliamentary parties and 5,000,000 ballots.

"The nation's confidence in law has been shaken and Parliament has been silenced," declared a manifesto adopted unanimously by the Cracow mass meeting. "For four years the will of the Dictator, Marshal Pilsudski, has been imposed upon succeeding Cabinets and upon the President himself. . . . The nation must mobilize in...

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