Convened in Zurich, Switzerland, immigration and economic issues are again discussed. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of Herzl’s death, the Congress approves enlarging the Jewish Agency to include non-Zionists. The Congress, with Albert Einstein in attendance, concludes with the election a new Zionist Executive, joined by two Mizrahi (religious Zionist) representatives (Rabbi M. Berlin and A. Barth), two labor representatives (S. Kaplansky and Y. Sprinzak), and Arthur Ruppin.