World: The Dark Million

"The Englishman is tolerant of everything, including intolerance," says a British sociologist. Only up to a point. Last week Britain's Parliament was cracking down on the intolerance that native Britons practice daily against the swelling nonwhite minorities in their midst. Passed in the House of Commons by a vote of 261 to 249 was the second reading of a bill to outlaw discrimination "on the grounds of color, race, or ethnic or national origins" in hotels, restaurants, pubs, theaters, public housing and other places of public accommodation (though not in employment or private...

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