Foreign News: The Master's Voice

Winston Churchill pursued an annual practice last week, rode down into the City to speak at the Lord Mayor's inauguration in London's Mansion House. His speech was not one of the great Churchill feats, but some of its phrasing had the master's touch:

"... That gallant old eagle, Mr. Hull . . . flew far on a strong wing. . . . No airy visions, no party doctrines or party prejudices, no political appetites or vested interests must stand in the way of providing before the end of the war for food, work and homes....

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