French Publisher Sees No Jewish Question at Home

Senator Paul Dupuy of France in an interview with the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, dismissed as unfouned reports of an anti-Semitism in his country. There is no Jewish question in France, the Senator, who is the publisher of the Le Petit Parisien, the newspaper with a circulation of nearly 3,000,000, said.

French Jews take a leading part in many walks of life, but they are not thought of as Jews, as is the case in central and east-European countries, where there is an organized anti-Semitic movement.

Senator Dupuy minimized the importance of papers like the “Adti###n Francais”, which does conduct an anti-Jewish agitation.