Foreign News: Vision, Vindication

One afternoon early last week a short, stout, chubby-cheeked gentleman wearing a black hat and smoking a black cigar entered the House of Commons and took his place on Government benches. He was the Right Honorable Winston Churchill, most versatile member of the Conservative Party, once First Lord of the Admiralty, once Chancellor of the Exchequer, once Minister for the Colonies, once President of the Board of Trade and now just plain M.P. for Epping, 17 miles northeast of London on the Chipping Ongar Branch of the London North East Railway.

As M.P. for...

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