GERMANY: Red & Brown Winnings

Berlin went Red last week. The rest of the nation swung toward Brown.* Everyone admitted, on the morning after, that Republican Germany's sixth election had been her biggest, most expensive, most hysterical. There has been no poll so startling since 1912. when German workmen went Pink for the first time, rebuked Kaiser Wilhelm with a thumping Socialist vote which the War Lord refused to heed.

In Germany the total number of votes cast is vital. For every 60,000 ballots cast one deputy goes to the Reichstag. Last week the...

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