FRANCE: Patience, Patience, Patience

"France is more revolutionary now than on the eve of the 1789 revolution. The economic crisis is becoming worse, and the peasants especially are being hit.

"The Fascists are forming an army for civil war. They must be dissolved!"

With a red-hot speech of which this was the climax beefy Edouard Daladier challenged the leadership of beefier Edouard Herriot last week at the annual caucus of France's great balance-of-power party, the Radical Socialists.

M. Daladier and his so-called "Young Turk's" of Socialist and Communist leanings are out this year to stampede their party...

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