Foreign News: Burdened Men

The news from London sounded strangely like the news from Washington: thoughtful Britons were worried about the mountain of work and responsibility lying on one man—Winston Churchill.

Last week the London Observer observed : "The Prime Minister has no time to meet and know his many ministers. He leaves them free to busy themselves with the spadework; and immense labors have gone into the survey and collation of reconstruction problems. But these industrious ministers have no power to make policy; their committees can only draft and recommend; and the Cabinet seldom meets. Yes or no must be said. It must be said,...

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