Last week Marshal Henri Philippe Pétain aired his gift for soft phrase: "In the past," he said, "France was divided into two camps—Capital and Labor. But today we propose to install harmony and understanding between these groups. ..." His totalitarian meaning was clear. He was busy installing, drawing up plans for a corporative state in the Italian style.


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