GREAT BRITAIN: Father's Foundations

If British innkeepers put pistols under their pillows when U. S. tourists are in their inns this summer, the fault will be Mr. Collinson Owen's. Collinson Owen spent three months in the U. S. last year viewing the country rapidly and with alarm. He wrote a book published last week under the title King Crime (Henry Holt, $2.50), which contained the following thoughts:

"The handsome, grey-haired American who is staying at the Savoy Hotel, London, with his smart wife and charming daughter—well, his foundations may...

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