A Mid-century Appraisal: THE STATESMAN

Three years after his historic speech at Fulton, Mo., in which he warned the West to rally before Communist aggression, Winston Churchill spoke again in what he called his "motherland." At Boston Garden, under the merciless lights required by the soth Century triumph of television, he reiterated his warnings and expressed new hope. From a vantage point no other man can claim to occupy, he reviewed the half-century on which he left his giant's imprint. He called it "this terrible soth Century."

The Grand Illusion. "For us in Britain, the 19th Century ended amid the glories of the Victorian era, and we...

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