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Marx Predicts Austro-Nazi Concord, Haberler Disagrees

Foreign Policy Association Meeting Hears Two Opinions

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Difference of opinion marked the speeches by Frits Morstein Marx, assistant professor of Government, and Gottfried Haberler, associate professor of Economics at the Foreign Policy Association's meeting at the Hotel Copley Plaza Saturday on the possibilities of Germany's push to the East.

Optimism that Germany will not act precipitately and seize Austria because it lacks sufficient popular support at home was the keynote of Marx's address. He feels that the German people has never wanted to use aggression in dealing with the problem of the German minority in Austria.

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