SPAIN: Force, While Necessary!

While 18 Royalist henchmen of Spain's late, Royalist Dictator Primo de Rivera were being tried in one end of the Cortes Building last week, Royalist Deputies roasted short, stocky Republican Premier Manuel Azana in the Cortes Chamber, called him "a second Primo de Rivera—another Dictator!"

"It's a lie!" shouted Premier Azana, bounding up from the Government bench. "It's a lie!"

While his secretaries tried to calm Senor Azana, Royalist Deputy Martin de Velasco taunted "You. Senor Premier, acting like a Dictator, have discharged judges all over Spain to substitute your own! You have. . . ."

"There is no Justice!" screamed the...

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