GREAT BRITAIN: What Price Peace?

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Mrs. Chamberlain remained snug and cozy at No. 10 Downing Street last week and Mr. Chamberlain went fishing. It had been a titan's task to win brief leisure for this favorite recreation of Britain's best-known brother of the angle and Prime Minister. His method is to get things done by businesslike steps. First, he averted European war by Czechoslovak dismemberment. Second, he won a vote of confidence on this act last week, 366 to 144, in the House of Commons. Third, he averted strife in his Conservative Party by postponing...

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