Foreign News: Liberal Dissent

Mr. Lloyd George's automobile sped toward Kingsway Hall, Lon, where 1,500 delegates of his party (Liberal) were assembling to decide whether they would support his well-advertised Land Tenure Reform scheme (TIME, Sept. 28 et seq.). Mr. George's motor accidentally crashed into one of the stanchions of the hall, stopped. Mr. George stepped out of the wreckage, entered the hall.

Farmer Liberal enthusiasts for his scheme virtually to nationalize the land applauded such sentiments as those uttered by one Mr. Lovel of Somersetshire:

"Go on, Mr. Lloyd George,...

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