WESTERN EUROPE: New Talk of Unity

Picking up the pieces after the Suez disaster, the British found themselves getting used to the idea that they are not as big a power as they thought they were. The discovery made some timid Little Englanders decide that the sooner Britain settles down to being a comfortable Sweden or Holland the better, but there were others who were looking for new combinations of strength and finding them in the idea of European unity. A clear and insistent emotional cry for "Europe" was being heard last week in both Britain and France....

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