Foreign News: Conventions & Contrasts

Britain's long, lean Labor worm turned decisively last week. Over their kippers, toast and China tea bloated stockbrokers and belted earls read in their Tory Daily Telegraph this horrid news: "In three days organized British Labor has undergone a swift, violent transition from nonrevolutionary to revolutionary policy."

This was true, even making the allowance that "policy" and "action"' are two different things. Action by British Labor spent itself last week in a sudden burst of strongly suppressed riots. But the policy of British Labor turned historically toward revolution in Leicester, a rusty old...

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