GREAT BRITAIN: Bread & Cheese

London Fabians heard another speech from Home Secretary Herbert Morrison. In it the tousled, persistent Socialist hammered down another plank in a platform which, he thinks, will insure Britain a secure place in the postwar world. His views were not necessarily those of the Government; rather, they were indicative of a wide section of British thinking. He spotlighted the deepening concern of all Britons over postwar bread & cheese.

In his latest speech, as in earlier ones, Morrison advocated: 1) a floor under the wages of the world's workers, to be installed and enforced by international agreement; 2) full and...

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