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BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER

least greatly diminished. The sit-down strikes had spelled the doom of the administration. The English theorists of Democracy have always rightly maintained that the form of government in which a minority after an election agrees to be governed for a fixed period by the majority is only possible if that minority is sure their essential liberties will be respected. It must be admitted that this guarantee ceased to exist at the moment when the Communist party, openly in favour of a dictatorship of the proletariat, participated in the majority and imposed its will on it.
For my own part, I had voted against the Popular Front (which meant, in my constituency, that I had voted for Henri de Kerillis), but at the time it came into power I shared the hopes of those who expected Leon Blum to achieve his reforms with order and moderation. Preoccupied first of all by danger from abroad, I was ready to sacrifice a great deal to bring about a united France. I believed that great changes were necessary and that the well-to-do classes in France (apart from certain very honourable exceptions) were too often selfish. .1 had written a series of articles for Marianne on the best aspects of the New Deal. That is to say, I was not a priori hostile to a French New Deal. But I hated lawlessness and I thought that insurrection, which is a legitimate protest against tyranny, is a crime in a free country.
I hardly knew Leon Blum, having met him only once at the home of Lord Tyrrell, but the following winter when we were as usual at Valescure in the south of France, the manager of the hotel informed us in great secrecy that the Premier, whose wife was very ill, was coming to spend a short vacation under the same roof with us. When the news spread it was a shock for the hotel guests who were very conservative.
`If you take in people like that,' said an irascible old gentleman, `we are going to leave!'
`But after all,' the poor manager replied, `I can't very well refuse to receive the Premier of France.'
I cite this little incident because it shows the violence of emotions at that time.
Then it became known that the Premier was going to occupy the whole fifth floor and have his meals there and so would not be seen. This calmed people's feelings. Soon gangs of workmen arrived to install a direct telephone line between the Golf Hotel and the Premier's office in Paris. Finally a group of policemen descended to make inquiries about

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