National Affairs: Interparliamentary

To Manhattan, they came from half the world around, a brood of nearly 400, from 41 countries, for the 23rd meeting of the Interparliamentary Union. They came in high ships up the harbor and debarked along the drab waterfront, some of them met by friends, many of them by Communists, AntiFascists, any expatriated faction which disrelished what they did at home. But Mayor Hylan's policemen preserved them from harm, and Mayor Hylan himself spoke to them.

A special meeting of the Council of the Union was held at the Hotel Pennsylvania, and it was...

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