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Mack Denies He Sought to Influence Agency Opinion

August 17, 1923
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An emphatic denial that he had been instrumental in causing Sir Waley Cohen and D’Avigdor Goldsmith, both of London, to change from a pro-Jewish Agency stand to the opposition was made by Judge Julian W.Mack of New York, in an interview with a representative of the “Doar Hayom” here. Judge Mack said he had not sought to influence the English Jewish leaders either way.

Both Judge and Mrs. Mack expressed great satisfaction with the Jewish development going on.

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