PALESTINE: The Seventh Dominion?

Englishmen were asking one another earnestly last week—as Englishmen will— "Why should not Palestine become the Seventh Dominion of the British Crown?" Specifically this question was asked, in a large and lofty way, by several M. P.'s of each British party—Conservative, Liberal and Laborite—who assembled last week in London to found the Seventh Dominion League. Sat, as chairman of the meeting, Colonel Josiah Wedgewood, M. P. (Labor), flanked by Lieutenant-Commander Joseph Kenworthy, M. P. (a Liberal until 1926, now a Laborite), and by Lord Hartington, M. P. (Conservative), heir of...

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