GREAT BRITAIN: No. 2 by No. 2

Angry as a gentleman and a Conservative can be—and that is very angry—Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill wrote a letter last week to the leader of his party, Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin, with whom he recently came to a partial break on the St. Gandhi issue (TIME, March 23).

"I read in the newspaper this morning," wrote Mr. Churchill to Mr. Baldwin, "that you wish Mr. Neville Chamberlain to conduct the [Conservative] opposition to the finance bill in my stead. As a matter of purely private courtesy I should have expected a letter from...

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