GREAT BRITAIN: The Primrose Path

The old warrior, so often called a war monger, seemed further intent on reversing his reputation. At a time when the tactical situation seemed to demand a show of determination in the face of the confident Communists at Geneva, Sir Winston's head seemed a dream with thoughts of compromise, concessions and soft words. Speaking last week to the Primrose League.* Churchill entered an unexpected personal plea for the establishment of "links" with Russia "which, in spite of all distractions and perils and contradictions, would convince the Russian people and the Soviet government...

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