GREAT BRITAIN: The Marshal's Pressagent

When Colonel Blimp opened one of his favorite papers one day last week—the Tory Evening Standard—he got an eye-bugging jolt. Gad, sir, the Standard seemed to have an odd new contributor: hell-raising Laborite Aneurin Bevan, who once called the Conservative press "the most prostituted in the world."

Bevan, with his wife, Labor Amazon Jennie Lee, and a troupe of other left-wingers, spent the summer in Yugoslavia, the new promised land of leftists who are no longer pro-Russian but are still pro-Marxist. Reporter Bevan, eager and ecstatic, told the Standard's readers about Tito's charm and the wonders of...

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