For two years round, amiable "Uncle Arthur" Henderson has been a restless soul in British politics. President of the Geneva Disarmament Conference, one of the organizers and chief tacticians of the Labor Party, he lost his parliamentary standing in the National Government's landslide of 1931. Last week a new seat was provided for him to relax in. In a bye-election, Clay Cross, Derbyshire returned him to the House of Commons with a three-to-one majority over the Government candidate, on a platform of peace and disarmament. The seat will be the softer for...

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