GREAT BRITAIN: Sequel to Munich

In Oxford last week came the first British by-election since Munich. Labor and Liberal candidates had withdrawn to better the chances of the anti-Chamberlain candidate, Alexander Dunlop Lindsay, 59, famed Master of Balliol College. Widely respected as a "Fabian Socialist," The Master of Balliol offered himself this time as an "Independent Progressive."

The Conservative, pro-Chamberlain candidate was the Hon. Quintin McGarel Hogg, 31, making his political debut. Son & heir of the Lord President of the Council, Viscount Hailsham (who served as Acting Prime Minister briefly in 1928), Mr. Hogg is rated...

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