November 1929
America;11/30/1929, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p169
This section offers world news briefs as of November 30, 1929. First term Republican U.S. Senators to support U.S. President Herbert Hoover's call for immediate legislation stopped the attempt of leaders of Democrats and Republicans to force adjourn the U.S. Congress a week earlier. Colombia President Miguel Abadia Mendez was absolved by the House Committee investigating the constitutional violations of his declaration of martial law in Santa Marta. The naturalization treaty between the U.S. and Czechoslovakia came into effect on November 14, 1929.


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