People, Mar. 21, 1932

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Part of the stock-in-trade of the British Statesman Winston Churchill on his current U. S. lecture tour, is the following proposition, outlined by him at his appearance in White Plains, N. Y.:

"What business has gained in America, politics has lost. The flower of American manhood does not go into politics but chooses industry instead. In England just the reverse is true, and very frequently English young men devote their lives unselfishly to improving the state of the nation....

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