GREAT BRITAIN: Well Informed People

"Well Informed People"

Amid the clamor for reduction of Great Britain's War debt to the U. S. now being raised by so many prominent persons,* Sir Robert Stevenson Home, onetime (1920-22) Chancellor of the Exchequer, placidly observed last week in London: "It has been represented that . . . this country ... is ... saddled . . . with a burden of payment under which we are groaning and struggling, and which is an important cause of the industrial depression from which we are suffering. "You would suppose that—and I find a...

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