GREAT BRITAIN: Reprieve from Martyrdom

For the past year the British working classes have grown increasingly aware that they were getting two negatives where they wanted two affirmatives. Last week they had good reason to exult. To one demand (the other is a second front) the British Home Secretary, Laborite Herbert Morrison, finally said "Yes," permitting the resurrection of the British Communist newspaper, the Daily Worker. The decision was proof that labor could still control its leaders by agitation.

Until 1941 the Daily Worker had been a noisy ragamuffin of British journalism. In a country where newspaper circulations run to millions, only "about 100,000" workers bought...

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