October 1932
America;10/29/1932, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p73
The article offers global news briefs related to politics in 1932. U.S. President Herbert Hoover, a Republican, is busy leading with his reelection campaign, which warns Americans of possible disaster if they will elect a Democratic president. Colombia has refused the proposal of Peru to arbitrate the seizure of Leticia on October 13. The Liberal Party has gained a small edge in the Senatorial seats in France after the recent elections.


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