GREAT BRITAIN: Christian & Cockney

While the British Admiralty prepared to tuck away its Home Fleet in the safety of Milford Haven, the Leader of His Majesty's Loyal Opposition, stubborn "Old George" Lansbury, 76, explained last week the aggressive Pacifism which caused him to threaten to resign as Labor Party Leader when the proletarian Socialists of British Labor's Trades Union Congress fortnight ago urged war if necessary to restrain Fascist Italy. Never a militant trade unionist, Mr. Lansbury warned Laborites last week at Dumfries: "War, either by the League against...

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