Press: Double Muddle

Cavalcade—not the first, but the second British magazine to lift TIME'S form and formula—has devoted a large part of its two years in business to falling between a succession of journalistic stools. Last week currency was given to the most recent and most awkward farrago in Cavalcade's career.

One sticky July day last year this letter arrived at Cavalcade's Fleet Street office from Hove, Sussex: Wherever the Roman Catholic Church was founded, its behaviour during the last few years has been no recommendation, for they evidently show their Christianity by massacre and slaughter both of defenceless mothers, and their own people,...

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