FRANCE: Red, White & Cellule

In industrial plants and mines scattered throughout France, fresh proletarian unrest appeared last week. In all some 7.000 workers "folded arms" in strikes—as compared to more than 1,000,000 few months ago when it was a case of getting wages upped and winning vacations (TIME, June 8 et seq.). The new strikes were in sympathy with the new Spanish Cabinet headed by out-and-out proletarian Premier Francisco Largo Caballero (see p. 22). In Paris an imposing delegation from the French Metal Workers' Union bearing a petition with 2,000 signatures waited on French Premier Leon...

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