POLAND: My Friends. . . .

Latest of European statesmen to ape President Roosevelt's microphone manner is Premier Leon Kozlowski of Poland. His "Moi przyjaciele. . . ."is now almost as familiar and effective as the U. S. President's "My friends. . . ." Last week he cuddled up to his microphone and told the Polish people about their budget and their armaments.

Like President Roosevelt, Premier Kozlowski is running his Government on an unbalanced budget. Persuasively he explained the advantages of doing so. There is no other way, he said, for Poland to be safe. Wedged between...

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