GREAT BRITAIN: Heart for the World

Tariffs are a political issue. The Royal Family is supposed to stand aloof from politics. Last week Edward of Wales broke precedent, spoke out against Great Britain's new tariff system, profoundly stirred the Empire.

It mattered not that H. R. H. was in fact too hoarse with a cold to speak or even attend the Dominion Day dinner. He handed his speech to one of the very few friends he entirely trusts, his brother Prince George. Reading for the Prince of Wales to 500 astonished guests who...

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