GREAT BRITAIN: Classic Question

The war was barely over, yet the British fascists were back again. A thousand of them celebrating their release from wartime internment held a "reunion dance" in London's Royal Hotel. Because the dance was "private," listening reporters were thrown out of the hall, after one was kicked and beaten.

Sir Oswald Mosley told the celebrants that the years in prison had not changed his ideas at all. Present fascist tactics are cautious and exploratory. "Alien infiltration," "Socialist bureaucracy," Russia, the U.S. are the targets of propaganda slogans. Later the groups may get together under Sir Oswald, who is...

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