GREAT BRITAIN: Revolution Wanted

Last week, with totalitarianism in the ascendency throughout Europe and democracy fighting for its life, first stirrings of a counter-revolutionary movement to reassert democratic principles became apparent. Once a revolutionary idea of the first order, democracy, reasoned a small group of thoughtful Britons like Basil Kingsley Martin and Cyril Connolly, was a latent force which, if it could be revived in Germany, Italy, Poland and France, would offer the easiest way of crushing Naziism.

"Either we turn this war into a war of European revolution or we shall be defeated," wrote New...

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