Press: Letters to the Times

Geoffrey Dawson, almost anonymous as a public character, may plausibly be rated among the score of men (and Queen Mother Mary) who really rule the British Empire. For small Mr. Dawson is head of one of Britain's greatest institutions, editor of London's Times. The importance of the Times is something that no British Government could ever overlook. Next to what the Times itself thinks, the Government watches what readers of the Times think.

Editor Dawson's "Letters to the Editor" department is the most famous in the world. Here the ingredients of British character are revealed, stewing with incredible seriousness over...

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