RUMANIA: Queer Deeds

Over mountains, down dales, through spreading forests and along hard rutty roads trudged hundreds of Rumanian peasants and then thousands, last week, to the old Transylvania walled town of Alba Julia. The peasants were responding to the pied piping of their great political champion, Dr. Juliu Maniu, not long since a peasant himself. They know, for he has told them, that the aristocratic cabinet at Bucharest derives its power from a parliament elected by corruption and police: bullying of the voters. Therefore the trudgers were converging upon Alba Julia to take a great oath and hurl a potent warning...

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