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One thing Britain's House of Commons agreed upon was that Production Minister Oliver Lyttelton's second speech was not as bad as the first one. The first one was terrible.

Captain Lyttelton's maiden ministerial speech, on March 24, was so contradictory, so shocking in its bald admission of things undone that one M.P. demanded his impeachment. Last week M.P.s were still bored by the Minister's indecisive presentation, but they perked up their ears at what he had to say:

≫ "We have now reached the point in the mobilization of our people where we...

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