Foreign News: Monster v. Power

After snoozing quietly at the bottom of the English-speaking world's subconscious for nigh on three years, the Loch Ness monster popped up last week. Opposing a House of Commons bill to erect hydroelectric plants in two scenic glens at Inverness, Scotland. Ian Campbell Hannah, 66-year-old Member for Bilston, a small manufacturing town near Birmingham, far from Loch Ness, rose from his seat and intoned:

"The Loch Ness monster has been most patriotically reappearing the last few days. . . . We do want to preserve the beauty of one of the loveliest glens in Scotland and bring all America to it....

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