Convened in Prague, the meetings are held just after the Nazis come to power in Germany. Economic issues dominate discussions, with insufficient capital available to ‘grow’ the national home. The consequences of the assassination of Chaim Arlosoroff, the Labor leader, who led the Jewish Agency in Palestine, are discussed, with heated undertones of tensions between the Labor socialists and the capitalist Revisionists. The Labor socialists become the largest faction.