From his quiet home at Bateman's Burwash, Sussex, Mr. Rudyard Kipling (cousin of Premier Stanley Baldwin, their mothers having been two of the four famed Macdonald sisters) contributed some verses to the British Gazette, the Government's emergency anti-strike newspaper:
A Song of the English
Keep ye the lawbe swift in all obedience
Clear the land of evil, drive the road, the bridge and ford ;
Make ye sure to each his own,
That he reap where he hath sown;
By the peace among our peoples let men know we serve the Lord.
While these lines might indeed...