After five months spent covering nearly all of Europe, able New York Times-woman Anne O'Hare McCormick last week returned to the U. S. keynoting "the imperturbable optimism of Great Britain, which worries less than any nation on earth." That plenty of Britons were deliberately taking a humorous view of the European Crisis was a major fact in London last week. In the House of Commons, however, more seriousness was in evidence. In awful dignity the Prime Minister arose and spoke. "I do not deny," came Neville Chamberlain's solemn admission, "that my original belief...

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