GREAT BRITAIN: Pluggers for Peace

The British Institute of Public Opinion, in a sampling of voters' minds last week, found that three out of four Britons were in favor of continuing the war. One in four either did not know what he wanted or wanted immediate peace. Foreign newsmen estimated that the "peace party" in the House of Commons did not number more than a score of the 615 M.P.s. No attempt was made by the British Government to silence the tongues of would-be peacemakers, and opinions which in other countries in wartime would land a man in jail...

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