Foreign News: C'esf Terrible

Prime Minister Clement Attlee pointed out recently that the British government has no constitutional right to ban a public meeting. However, Attlee went on, "we must reserve the right to refuse admittance [to Britain] to those whom we have no desire to entertain." Last week, the government proceeded to exercise that right to the full. Scotland Yard men hurried to Britain's ports and airfields to turn back scores of travelers on their way to Sheffield, busy Yorkshire steel city, to attend the Russian-inspired Second World Peace Congress, a propaganda platform for international Communism.

Britain banged her doors shut against such neon-lit Reds...

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