Winston Churchill puffed home from America last week. Waiting for him was a debate in the House of Commons on 1) the campaign in Italy; 2) the "escape" of Mussolini; 3) relations of the U.S. and Britain with Russia; 4) home-front use of manpower.

There is a subject of greater concern to Britons and the world, but it may not be discussed: the hope Winston Churchill expressed at Harvard University that one day there might be common U.S.-British citizenship (TIME, Sept. 13). *Two weeks had passed and the Prime Minister's country had shown a notable lack of enthusiasm for...

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