Foreign News: Mutiny

Winston Churchill stood like a portly Puck before the House of Commons one day last week, to report on the state of Britain's muscle-straining $13.1 billion defense program. In other circumstances, what he had to say might have embarrassed a Prime Minister; things are still not going well: ". . . The rearmament program is much more likely to be carried out in four years than in three." But Churchill was in good spirits: he knew that his opposition came not from those who thought he was doing too little, but from those who...

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