Following the failure of his mentor's presidential campaign in favor of Paul Deschanel on January 17, 1920, he took the lead of the "clémentiste opposition" and, in January 1922, founded a new newspaper, l'Écho national, with Georges Mandel, aimed at defending the ideas and achievements of his inspirer. 2 pages in-8 on a double leaf - October 10, 1921 - very good condition, fold related to shipping. Did not come to me.
No inconvenience though, as I haven't said anything that could be misinterpreted. I gladly accept being represented by Wormser in the small committee you mentioned.
As I mentioned, I will be in Paris on the evening of the 23rd. If you need to come here before, please let me know in advance, as I have a trip to Fontenay to make. I don't foresee any other travels. Isn't it curious that I haven't received a single copy of the Payot brochure! Also available in our shop are other documents (letters, photographs, manuscripts) concerning Georges Clemenceau and André Tardieu.