SOUTH AFRICA: Nigger Crisis

Out again, in again. That was the political gymnastic performed last week by gruff, choleric General James Barry Munnik Hertzog, His Majesty's Prime Minister in The Union of South Africa.

The General resigned with his entire Cabinet and in a passion. A short time previously he had met with refusal—blunt refusal—when he had demanded the resignation of his own Minister of Posts & Telegraphs, the Rt. Hon. Walter B. Madeley. Blast Madeley's impertinence! If he wouldn't resign alone, General Hertzog knew well enough how to force the fellow out by bringing down his whole Cabinet. The crash was called, last week,...

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