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Poland Condones Boycott Against Jews

February 11, 1924
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Official condonement of the boycott against Jews has been given by the Polish Government. The approval of the boycott came in an answer to a protest from the Jewish SejmClub, who directed their appeal to the Minister of the Interior. The Government officially replied that the Polish constitution does not recognize boycots as illegal.

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