Foreign News: At It Again

Margot Asquith contributed an article* to a London magazine, took some potshots at British political heroes past and present: Of Lloyd George, ex-Premier. "Lloyd George loves a crowd more than himself. He has more ideas and treats them with fickle and impartial humor." Of Lord Curzon, ex-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs. "His natural self made many friends in his youth, but for some unknown reason he grafted onto that brilliant and hospitable self a certain ceremonious nonconducting personality which estranges intimacy and his sense of humor—which is of the highest quality—never has...

Want the full story?

Subscribe Now


Learn more about the benefits of being a TIME subscriber

If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!