Which Way France? by Alexander Werth

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In October 1933, the existence of a Fascist menace in France did not even occur to an intelligent observer like Mr. Cole. There was no strong reason why it should have occurred to him. Yet the fall of the Daladier Government marked the beginning French democracy. formation in January the Daladier Government had been supported by a large part of the Socialist party partly because in international affairs it was 'the least unde- of the great crisis of Since its sirable of all possible governments', and partly through lack of discipline in the Socialist ranks -for in 1933 the Right 1933, formally became the Neo-Socialist Party) was in open revolt against the internationalism of M.

Blum's criticism of Daladier was precisely the kind of criticism that the Socialists were to address to every government between 1933 and 1936. It was consistent with their opposition to deflation - especially deflation affecting wages. Deflation was, in their view, not a remedy against the crisis, nor even a remedy against budget deficits, but, on the contrary, an aggravation of both j:he crisis, and, through the resulting diminution in purchasing power, of the financial difficulties of the State.

The conclusion was obviously untrue; for even if Briand, unlike M. Lon Blum, the Socialist leader, placed security before disarmament, his policy of European conciliation had no connection with the Germanophobia of MM. Tardieu, Franklin-Bouillon, and Marin. Looking back on that period, one may easily say that Briand's policy of conciliation 'did not pay'; and that he allowed himself to be cheated by an insincere Germany; but Briand felt that if another war was to be avoided the policy of reconciliation must at least be given a chance.

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