John Bull

If there is an Anglophobe press in this country, there is also an Americophobe press in England, and in some respects they offer a striking parallel. John Bull, British weekly, formerly edited by Horatio Bottomley, is perhaps the best example of the Americophobe demagogophile paper.

It poses, of course, as the great friend of the People. Horatio Bottomley, its notorious editor, led many " patriotic " and " humanitarian " enterprises during the war, and finally went to prison for peculations of their funds. But John Bull...

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