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Cuza’s Candidacy Outlawed by Roumanian Government

March 9, 1923
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Professor Cuza, the insanely violent anti-Semitic leader of Roumania will not be able to make his planned race for Parliament. His application to enter the race has been rejected by the government as not being in conformity with the law.

The government, it is understood, strongly objects to allowing Cuza to enter Parliament, realizing that he would accentuate the Jewish question by introducing extreme anti-Semitic measures.

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