Great Britain: And Then There Were Three

Harold Macmillan valiantly tried to divert Britain's mind from sex and security. Displaying something like his old form in the House of Commons, he delivered an eloquent speech on prospects for disarmament and a summit conference that was received respect fully even by the Opposition. But Macmillan's eloquence could not diminish Tory distress over the three separate scandals that plagued his government.

First, of course, was the continuation of the Profumo Case. In Marylebone Magistrates' Court, Osteopath Stephen Ward, mentor of Christine Keeler and friend of disgraced War Secretary John Profumo,...

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