MEXICO: Again, Obregon! Madero!

By unanimous votes the Senate and House of Mexico passed a law last week which was promptly denounced by the Most Reverend Pascual Diaz, Roman Catholic Archbishop of Mexico, as "an unheard of outrage of the public power against religion." The new law, unless vetoed by President Pascual Ortiz Rubio, will provide: 1) That no religious denomination shall have more than one clergyman per 50,000 population in either the Federal District of Mexico City (pop. 1,217,663) or the Territories of Lower California (pop. 94,469) and Quintana Roo (pop. 12,150). 2) That...

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