GREAT BRITAIN: A Great Beech Tree


"A Great Beech Tree"

Sir Oswald Mosley's black-shirted British Fascists were still a very small legion last week and the neo-Communist hunger march to London had fizzled pitifully. But with Austria sworn to a corporative state, with democracy on trial for its life in France and Spain, with its future clouded even in Britain, Stanley Baldwin stepped to a microphone in London and made the sort of speech that five years ago would not have been news but is today. "Our freedom did not drop down like manna from heaven," cried...

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