GREAT BRITAIN: Questions to the U.S.

From the day Britain went to war, U.S. citizens and their press have freely criticized the British, their Government and their war effort. The British have seldom talked back. But last week, with U.S. foreign policy beginning to loom large in the politics of war and peace, Britons of all political complexions showed a growing concern with the meaning and direction of U.S. policies.

The shrillest voice raised was that of Jennie Lee, onetime M.P. and wife of Labor M.P. Aneurin Bevan. Wrote Leftist Lee to the New Republic: "We over here are wondering what in God's name American...

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