Restored to constitutional government after nearly three years of dictatorship by spectacled King Alexander, Jugoslavia had an election day last week. Results were certain. The Government took no chances. All opponents of the Government refused to have anything to do with the election. Candidates of the Government party only were allowed to appear on the voting list. Voting was not by secret ballot but orally, before a scowling election board. Since it is against the law to refuse to vote in Jugoslavia, the Govern-ment was returned to power almost unanimously. Even...

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