April 29, 1938
Above, as I have noted before, I rarely post old Times editorials because they are usually embarrassing (the U.S. doesn't need a federal law against lynching, we shouldn't offer a haven to European Jews because they'd just go on welfare or take jobs away from Americans, etc. etc.). The reasoning here is simply staggering. Below, a witness in the trial of Police Capt. Earle Kynette describes death threats he received while visiting bombing victim Harry Raymond ... The U.S. asks Germany to explain its order seizing Jewish property ... And Egyptian students in Cairo protest against Jews in Palestine.
Quote of the Day: "You're next." --Anonymous phone call to Ralph Gray, witness in the Harry Raymond bombing