The number of unemployed people has significantly sunk in comparison to the beginning of the year but stagnates in autumn at about 5.15 million.
[Overesch/Saal, p. 617]
The Leipzig State Court rejects, in part, the SPD’s legal action against the so-called “Prussian Coup”. The court rules that the Reichspräsident is indeed authorized to temporarily strip the Prussian government of its authority and to appoint a Reich Commissioner. However, completely and permanently removing the government is ruled as unconstitutional. This amounts de facto to a validation of the “Prussian Coup”; after the verdict, the Reich Commissioners continue with their work as before.
[Büttner, p. 473]