From The New Republic Mail Bag

October 1943
New Republic;10/11/43, Vol. 109 Issue 15, p491
Presents the viewpoint of readers regarding the lack of sensitivity of British leadership towards serious problems beyond the World War II. Comment of an Indian student regarding the lackadaisical attitude of Great Britain towards the Indian problem; Deploration of absence of a leader in Great Britain with a mind which goes beyond the war; Criticism of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill for lacking the requirement for a peacetime leadership; Argument of a reader that Churchill is not popular with the rank-and-file Canadian.


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