GREAT BRITAIN: Cabinet Totters

Cabinet Totters

Like a mouse squeaking at an elephant, Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley last week gave Prime Minister James Ramsay MacDonald his worst scare of the year, caused the unstably balanced Labor Cabinet to wobble, totter.

To put the nub of the matter bluntly, Mr. MacDonald and Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Snowden have been driven by overpowering political forces—perhaps by British public opinion itself—almost to abandon their first love: Socialism.

Sir Oswald Mosley, M. P. and his rich wife, also an M. P., are bright, ambitious young people,...

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