National Affairs: A BRITISH VIEW OF U.S. POLICY

The widening rift between Britain and the U.S. is caused largely by the pressure of British public opinion on Her Majesty's Government. There is anti-U.S. feeling in both parties, but most of it is generated on the left, among journalists and intellectuals who consider themselves antiCommunist, and many of whom are Christian socialists. To exhibit to Americans the nature and depth of this British view, TIME asked Tom Driberg, Labor M.P. for Maldon and an influential Christian socialist, to say why his kind of Briton dislikes U.S. policy. Driberg's response:

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