Foreign News: Good-Will Tour

Like kippers, like cricket, like Punch, the annual feasts of the Lord Mayor of London are an established British institution. At them highly placed British officials are traditionally supposed to say something very important. Last week Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain made the two-mile journey across London from Downing Street to the financial district and, in the spacious Egyptian Hall of Mansion House, addressed "my Lord Mayor" and his 600 guests. The Prime Minister did not talk about the war; he talked all around the war, making an amiable goodwill tour among those whom...

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