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62 THE GERMAN CHANCELLOR

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CHAPTER rv.
NEW D1sCLosUREs.
So far I wrote in last August. I hoped that
by putting a definite issue and challenge I ”
might elicit an answer which would enable
me to continue the narrative which closed
so abruptly. I have not been disappointed. ii
On both points with which my articles were
concerned we have fresh information, and
we can now continue the interrupted
story.
During the last few weeks we have received
from Germany further contributions to the
G controversy, contributions which I venture
to think are of the highest importance, and
which throw most valuable light on the subjects
at issue.
First we have the speech of the German
Chancellor of the 8th November, a speech
which has not as yet received the attention
which it deserves and requires.
Secondly, there has appeared in the Novem- Q
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