Foreign News: Cabinet Pick-Ups

In course of falling down and picking themselves up last week were three European. Cabinets:

In France where new millions of gold are piling up every day (see p. 16) and where the unemployment question does not exist, everything was going so well last week that the sudden fall of Prime Minister Andre Tardieu's Cabinet by the Senate could best be attributed to legislative pique.

Only thrice before has the French Senate felled a Cabinet: Herriot's in 1925, Briand's in 1913, Bourgeois' in 1896. Last week M. Tardieu faced MM. Les Senateurs backed by...

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