BRITAIN: Bloody Monday

Britain's ultraconservative Monday Club is not really to the right of Genghis Khan. On the other hand, it is not too far to the left either. The loud and unmistakable voice of British reaction, the club was organized in 1961 as a Monday luncheon klatsch by a small group of Tory bluebloods who were upset by the changes they felt were sweeping through Harold Macmillan's government. Today the group is chaired by Merchant Banker Jonathan Guinness, 43, member of the famed brewing family and a stepson of Sir Oswald Mosley, leader of...

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