GREAT BRITAIN: By Jingo! If You Do

Every leading Briton seemed on the qui vive last week to thwart Benito Mussolini's candid designs on Ethiopia. Political fossils like bemonocled Nobel Peace Prizeman Sir Austen Chamberlain, shaggy-maned David Lloyd George, Tea-pot-Tempester Winston Churchill— and Viscount Cecil of Chelwood, who has lately collected 11,000,000 British straw votes for Peace, all hustled in to see Foreign Secretary Sir Samuel Hoare.

The Leader of His Majesty's Loyal Opposition, fusty "Old George" Lansbury, addressed impassioned letters to the Pope, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and British Evangelical leaders. He also made hopeful...

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