TURKEY: Unanimous

Mustafa Kemal Pasha, President and Dictator of Turkey, last month made known for the second time (TIME, Oct. 6; Nov. 24) that he must have an Opposition. Nothing drastic, of course, but the sort of genteel Opposition that used to make debates in the House of Commons so pleasant during the Victorian years when gentlemanly Whigs and gentlemanly Tories chased each other in and out of office. He gave orders that 30 Deputies of such an Opposition should be elected. Last week the new Parliament met, but Mustafa's Opposition was not even...

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