The Hemisphere: The Hemisphere, Jul. 17, 1950

The Working Class

Relaxed in a wooden armchair at Chartwell, his 300-acre Kentish estate, Winston Churchill chewed his ubiquitous cigar and watched his tractors at work, while Anthony Eden, No. 2 man of His Majesty's Loyal Opposition, carefully arranged his well-tailored frame on the grass beside his host (see cut).

From the No. 1 Communist of the U.S., William Z. Foster, and some associates came a birthday posy for old Party Matriarch Mother (Ella Reeve) Bloor. "Your 88th birthday," they reminded her, "sees 850 million in the world who have moved away from the...

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