FRANCE: In Again, Out Again?

As one so often must, a new Cabinet came last week to France, her 20th since the War.*

Cabinet No. 19, formed fortnight ago by Camille ("Briand's Yes-Man") Chautemps, faced the Chamber of Deputies last week with a short and simple declaration of policy, promising if sustained to hold an unchanged course at the London Naval Parley and, although M. Chautemps is a Radical-Socialist of the Left, proposing no internal measure which could possibly offend the Right, to which the Cabinet looked feverishly for the dozen votes or so which would mean everything.

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