Religion: Primitive Viscountess

For Viscountess Snowden of Ickornshaw, speechmaking, even by radio, is no novelty. Back in 1905 when she was the clever, young, pretty wife of a struggling Socialist journalist named Philip Snowden, she was very busy speechmaking for Women's Suffrage and Temperance. Today Lady Snowden is a governor of the British Broadcasting Corp., patroness of opera and theatre, a justice of peace herself, a valiant opponent of Bolshevism. To the U. S. last week she spoke, over a transatlantic hookup, on another subject which has occupied much of her time: Religion. Lady Snowden is...

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