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ç"Briand must be arrested. . . . His Locarno policy is leading him toward the traitorous iniquity of abandoning the Rhineland to Germany. . . . When the mob learns how he is stripping from France her only safeguard, the day will come when M. Briand will be glad to be arrested and jailed beyond the reach of hands that tear and gouge. . . ."

Thus howled, last week, the Royalist organ L'Action Française. Its editor, Léon Daudet, son of Alphonse Daudet, whose Letters from My Mill breathe such quietude, seemingly had written amok....

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