Foreign News: One-Year Plan

Germany's Junker Government never tries to dodge a crisis. A showdown with Adolf Hitler might have been postponed for a month. It was not, and the results are still successful from the Government's point of view. Faced with the necessity of going before a hostile Reichstag, last week they tried another showdown. There were many Cabinet conferences, then lean Chancellor Franz von Papen went down to Münster to make a speech before the Westphalian Peasants' Congress. He minced no words. First came an attack on Handsome Adolf...

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