The Youth Advisory Council, which since 1942 has been studying the
wartime problems of Britain's restless youth, last week reported to the
Minister of Education: what British young people lack is cheerful
places to meet friends, talk, eat. Recommended by the Council: the
introduction into Britain of "something like American drugstores."
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