POLAND: Bore and Peace

So excessively dull is the diction of Deputy Stanislaw Car that most of the Opposition strolled out into the lobbies of Poland's Sejm last week while he expatiated on the Government Party's bill to make the Government of Poland constitutionally a Dictatorship (TIME, Dec. 25).

Shrewd, the Government had counted on Bore Car to disperse the Opposition. Slyly, Government Deputies kept their seats, passed the Constitutional amendment by a sudden snap vote, sent it to the Senate before the napping Opposition woke up.

The same day Poland's walrus-mustached de facto Dictator, Marshal Josef Pilsudski, benignly approved a treaty signed in Berlin...

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