FOREIGN RELATIONS: Opportunity Ahead

Save for a few jeering Irish-Americans, New York received Winston Churchill with warmth and affection. The tabloid Daily News, which has no great love for Britain, welcomed the old lion editorially. At the apartment of his old friend Bernard Baruch, Churchill received respectful visits from Governor Thomas Dewey and many another notable. One midweek morning Mayor Vincent Impellitteri escorted the Prime Minister to Brooklyn to visit the house where his mother, Lady Randolph Churchill, was born Jennie Jerome in 1850. As he came out of his mother's birthplace into a cheering...

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