June 1931
America;6/27/1931, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p265
The article offers world news briefs. U.S. President Herbert Hoover began a short tour of the Middle West which was expected to have important bearings on his political career. The government of Canada would be evidently sustained by its normal majority of about twenty-eight as the debate on the budget and tariff drew to a close. In China, the bandits continued their depredations and large numbers of refugees from Fukien province were gathering in Foochow.


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