Cuza Opens New Headquarters, Spurns Broad Coalition
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Cuza Opens New Headquarters, Spurns Broad Coalition

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Prof. Alexander Cuza, head of the anti-Semitic National Christian Party, opened headquarters yesterday in this city where the Rumanian anti-Semitic political movement was born.

In a speech to his followers, Dr. Cuza declared it was God’s wish that the National Christians alone should rule Rumania, adding that under no circumstances would he join a broader right-wing coalition.

His assertion was regarded as significant in the light of the generally accepted belief that a Rightist coalition will be asked to succeed the Tatarescu government.

To demonstrate the popularity of his party, Cuza is arranging an anti-Semitic demonstration in Bucharest for Oct. 26, in which he promises the participation of 250,000 persons. The State railways have placed 2,000 railway cars at his disposal to transport peasants to the capital.

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