A Conservative Member of Parliament last week let fly at Prime Minister Winston Churchill with an eloquence that suggested the Prime Minister's own speeches. Said he:

"The men of the war-making organization who have botched and bungled almost every campaign so far ended, losing half the Empire in a few weeks, are still functioning unchanged. . . .

"On the credit side must be put at once . . . [Churchill's] fruitless efforts during the five [prewar] years, his Cassandra-cum-Jeremiah period. Secondly, was his 'into battle' period, when his superb rhetoric and unflinching...

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