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Mrs Zangwill Explains Her Husband’s Truth Complex

December 10, 1923
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Mrs. Israel Zangwill, wife of the English author and play right, said, before sailing on the Baltic Saturday, that what her husband was attempting to express in his addresses is that too much diplomacy and tact have brought about the present deplorable state of affairs in the world, and that it is the duty of all men, especially those in public life, to tell the truth and express it clearly.

Mr. Zangwill who was at the pier to see his wife off, explained he was remaining in America in connection with his new play “We Moderns”, which Mrs. Zangwill expects will run in the United States two or three years.

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