Foreign News: Changed Times

Basic doctrines of European Socialism up until a few years ago were internationalism, disarmament, pacifism. Last week a vote at the Socialist Party Congress of France at Montrouge, suburb of Paris, showed dramatically how the rise of European dictatorships has changed those doctrines.

Former Premier Leon Blum, the party's leader, presented resolutions endorsing French rearmament against the Fascist "menace." He wanted the U. S., Great Britain, France, Poland and Soviet Russia to form a democratic front against the dictatorships so that they would have to concede no more to threats of war. M....

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